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Old   August 5, 2011, 11:12
Default Low reynolds number implementation
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Hi all,

I have written a NS code for 2d pipe flow with std kepsilon (high re no). Now i am trying to implement the low reynolds number model in to my code. Now my yplus value also reduced to very low value (<5). Also i am implementing the damping function fmeu, f1 and f2 (Lam and Bremhorst model with k=de/dn = 0 at the wall). But after around 640 iterations my solver is blowing and especially it is due to f1 and f2 value. Is there anything that i missing out here. Can anyone help me in this regard.


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Old   July 3, 2017, 17:06
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Hi jk,

Did you find solution to this problem? I am working on similar problem and would appreciate your help.

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