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Old   January 7, 2012, 04:41
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hi..i am fresher for CFD..what is the solution for error..Gamma ReTheta Transition Model must have valid field function set for free stream edge definition..
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Old   January 10, 2012, 14:25
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You must define the freestream edge so that the freestream momentum thickness Reynolds number can be transported into the boundary layer.

Create a field function (Tools > Field Function).

Define the field function. The Help file of CCM+ uses this as an example:$WallDistance > 0.005?1:0
(if the wall distance is larger than 5 mm, then that is the freestream; otherwise, it's the boundary layer).

In Continua > Physics > Models > Gamma ReTheta, set the Free Stream Edge to your user-defined field function.
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