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Old   April 6, 2010, 08:01
Default Spalding's composite wall function
Maruthamuthu Venkatraman
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Dear Foamers,
Could anyone clarify me the following questions.

1. If I use nutspallartAllmaraswallfunction for nut then does it uses Spaldings composite wall function as mentioned in Viscous fluid flow ,p.419 ,White(2006)?

2. What boundary condition should I specify for k and omega for walls ?
- is it zeroGradient for k and omega ?

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