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Old   January 13, 2009, 17:51
Default Hi, I am comparing a 2D tur
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I am comparing a 2D turbulent (k - epsilon) cold flow model with Fluent and so far I can't get exactly the same result as Fluent. Velocity is almost matched but pressure and k and epsilon are very different...
the trend is the same but absolute values are different.

is there anything that I am missing ? the value of kinetic viscosity is the same as Fluent simulation and the same mesh was used.

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