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Old   November 12, 2013, 05:43
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Hello I'm simulating a supersonic flow with OpenFoam and I'm using the k omega SST RANS turbulence model. It's a compressible flow, I'd like to use the standard k omega turbulence model, but in the tutorial I read that I can't use the standard k omega with a compressible flow. I'm not sure of this because it's the tutorial of an old version of OpenFoam. So my question is if I can use the standard k omega with a compressible flow. I'm using the rhoReactingFoam solver. Thank you!
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