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Old   January 25, 2014, 18:46
Default Wall functions (or not) using k-omega
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Hi everyone,

I know that this topic has a lot of threads, but I have some questions that I would solve:
  • Which RANS models can be considered as High-Reynolds and which ones as Low-Reynolds? May the use of wall functions be the difference between them?
  • If I use k-omega as a High-Re RANS, I should use the functions kqRWallFunction, omegaWallFunction and nutWallFunction. But, if I use it as a Low-Re RANS, should I apply kLowReWallFunction and nutWallFunction, or just as it is said in this link?
Thank you!
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