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Old   May 2, 2012, 08:47
Default Open Foam. BC Wedge, realizable k-epsilon, axy-simmetric
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Hi,

Im new in OpenFoam. I have to simulate an axi-symmetric geometry, so im using the Wedge BC. I wanted to know if i can define the BC of the wedge surface as a wedge for all the BC files (U, p, epsilon, nut, ... ). or should I set it with values like "fixed values" ..? I mean, could the program understand what a wedge BC means or not?

And someone know a Tutorials that run the realizable K-epsilon model? or someone with Axi-symmetric geometry?

Thanks a lot,
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