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      epsilonWallFunction, omegaWallFunction: Set generation to zero in laminar sub-layer · 47c6b9e1
      Henry Weller authored
      Improves stability for complex flows
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      BrunDrippingInjection: Calculate drop diameter from the capillary length · 8d564f1b
      Henry Weller authored
      The diameter of the drops formed are obtained from the local capillary
      length multiplied by the \c dCoeff coefficient which defaults to 3.3.
          Lefebvre, A. (1988).
          Atomization and sprays
          (Vol. 1040, No. 2756). CRC press.
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      omegaWallFunction: Improved low-Reynolds number behavior and consistency with... · f260780b
      Henry Weller authored
      omegaWallFunction: Improved low-Reynolds number behavior and consistency with the epsilonWallFunction
      Changed default mode of operation to use standard y+ based switching
      rather than the previous ad hoc blending and added consistent handling
      of the near-wall generation term.
      This boundary condition provides a wall constraint on turbulnce specific
      dissipation, omega for both low and high Reynolds number turbulence models.
      The near-wall omega may be either blended between the viscous region and
      logarithmic region values using:
              \omega = sqrt(\omega_{vis}^2 + \omega_{log}^2)
          \omega_{vis} | omega in viscous region
          \omega_{log} | omega in logarithmic region
      see eq.(15) of:
          Menter, F., Esch, T.
          "Elements of Industrial Heat Transfer Prediction"
          16th Brazilian Congress of Mechanical Engineering (COBEM),
          Nov. 2001
      or switched between these values based on the laminar-to-turbulent y+ value
      derived from kappa and E.  Recent tests have shown that the standard
      switching method provides more accurate results for 10 < y+ < 30 when used
      with high Reynolds number wall-functions and both methods provide accurate
      results when used with continuous wall-functions.  Based on this the
      standard switching method is used by default.