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Old   October 3, 2017, 10:31
Default Trouble with kOmegaSSTLM
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Hello, guys.
I'm currently working with a basic case, an airfoil with a separation-induced transition. To solve the laminar separation bubble, I'm using the gamma Retheta transition model.
With the fully turbulent k Omega SST, I do get good results, but with the same mesh and the same boundary conditions with transition model, my simulation do not work.
The problem clearly is in th gamma Retheta, but I couldn't find out the answer for my problem reading the log.
I'm attaching the controlDict, fvSolution, fvSchemes and the log of my simulation.
I hope someone can help me.

Thank you, guys.

log.simpleFoam.tar.gz

solver.tar.gz

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