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Default SimpleFoam, komegaSST, low Re approach
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Hello,

I am simulating the flow inside an electronic box. The air flow comes in from two inlets and goes out from one outlet. Inside the box the heat that comes out of the components is taken away by convection. I have been simulating this problem for the past months but I am not sure what I could be doing wrong because I do not get physical results.

I am trying a low Reynolds approach (1<y+<5) for which I refined the mesh a lot and set what I thought to be the proper BCs for k, omega and nut.

Here are the files for the simplest case (an empty box): the 0/ files, fvSolution, fvSchemes and the checkMesh.log

Thank you all in advance!
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