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Old   May 5, 2006, 00:37
Default Hi: I am working on compres
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I am working on compressible turbulent liquid flows. I was wondering if a compressible model can be used decoupling the heqn.H (thermo()) part.
In a compressible sense I computing rho,Uand P is computed using a pressure correction method as a function of rho> Now, If i wanted to use a compressible model say k-epsilon, do i necessarily use a thermo(). I am assuming that in the current compressible liquid flow, variation in temperature is not appreciable.

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