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    • sergio's avatar
      BUG: Change of name for swirlFlowRateInlet and change · 0b03e7e0
      sergio authored
          in the constructor of dynLagrangian
      0b03e7e0
    • sergio's avatar
      ENH: Adding: · ddcf2ee9
      sergio authored
      	1) basicSource for explicit sources(ActuationDisk and
      	   explicit source so far)
      	2) cylindricalInlet BC
      	3) swirlMassFlowRate BC
      	4) dynamicLagrangian LES incompressible turbulence model
      	5) atmospheric boundary layer inlet BC for velocity and
      	   epsilon
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    • Mark Olesen's avatar
      ENH: enforce consistent boundness on turbulence models. · 0c8fb634
      Mark Olesen authored
      - remove epsilonSmall, omegaSmall
      - k0/epsilon0/omega0 become kMin/epsilonMin/omegaMin
      - add qMin/zetaMin for consistency
      
      These files still need some attention:
          dynOneEqEddy.C
          NonlinearKEShih.C
          settlingFoam
      
      BUG: incompressible::LESModels:dynOneEqEddy::correct()
      - avoid tmp field destruction for consistency with the compressible
        version
      
      Possible TODO:
         - set kMin to zero (instead of SMALL) and introduce kSmall
           to avoid division by zero
      0c8fb634
  15. 10 Jul, 2009 1 commit
    • Mark Olesen's avatar
      turbulence models get thermal dissipation source term(s) · 7cbcc02d
      Mark Olesen authored
      - thermalDissipation()
        corresponds to the energy lost due to viscous efffects and
        what exits the energy cascade via dissipation.
      
      - thermalDissipationEff()
        corresponds to the energy lost due to effective viscous efffects.
        Everything that is lost from momentum. Thus essentially assumes
        turbulent equilibrium, but is what STAR-CD and Fluent seem to be using.
        Thus even if it's wrong, provide it anyhow.
      
      - minor consistency update in comments
      7cbcc02d
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