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Old   May 15, 2002, 10:57
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Wu
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Hi, all. I found the warnings about temperature by viewing .info file. But I can't understand why they appear in my .info file.

The file is following... ----------------------------------------------- WARNING#1. Temperature less than min. range temp. at 147 cells. Minimum temp. of .100E-24 at cell 4001. WARNING#2. Temperature less than min. range temp. at 148 cells. Minimum temp. of .100E-24 at cell 4001. WARNING#3. Temperature less than min. range temp. at 149 cells. Minimum temp. of .100E-24 at cell 4001. WARNING#4. Temperature less than min. range temp. at 150 cells. Minimum temp. of .100E-24 at cell 4001.
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: (they appear after every iteration) ----------------------------------------------- Cell 4001 is one of my inlet boundary cells. Its initial and boundary temp. are 300K. I can't understand the mean of the above and hope someone may tell me why. Thank you.
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Old   May 17, 2002, 00:18
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Have ypu check the velocity component at that location? It might be the sudden change of velocity. also could u explain ur case more detail?
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