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Old   April 7, 2010, 10:09
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Hi, I need to set inflow conditions for the turbulence as well as the velocity components, I am currently using k-e model but will also need to use k-w. I've seen a few places on the web that give ideas, mainly related to pipe flow experiments, however I want to model external flows so not sure how much faith I can give to these. Also ideally I'd like to quote why I'm doing what I'm doing so if anyone had any reference that may be of use in explaining what's going on that would be great.

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