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Old   March 9, 2022, 11:02
Default BC combination:s slip walls with turbulence model
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Hi everyone,

I would like to start a Simulation that contains slip walls and a turbulence model (kOmegaSST). I am not sure about the BCs when I use slip walls in U.

Is it right to keep:

k: kqRWallFunction

omega: omegaWallFunction

nut: nutkWallFunction

alphat: alphatWallFunction

or should I rather apply a zeroGradient BC? As far as I understood, the kqRWallFunction wall function is basically a zeroGradient BC.

Thanks in advance!
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