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Default convergence of force while using 6DOF rigid body solver
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Hi
I am using 6DOF rigidbody solver in CFX to make a solid move inside fluid. I am interested in finding the drag force accurately. What i want to know is that can we set force convergence to say 1e-05 rather than the default value of 1e-02(i know it can be set but would it work?)
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