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Importance of k,epsilon and omega

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Old   August 9, 2014, 06:27
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When using either the k-epsilon or k-omega turbulence model, what is the importance of the actual values specified for k, omega and epsilon?

Or is it just important that any non-zero initial value be specified?

Thank you in advance.
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