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Old   August 4, 2006, 18:36
Default Low Pressure, Low Temperature
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Luke
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CFX seems to be diverging when I give low pressures and low temperatures. I know this question is a bit general but does anyone know any limitations/problems cfx has with low pressures and temperatures?

Mixture of 2 Ideal gases.

Also does anyone know where there is a more descriptive source that explains the errors that cfx gives?

Any response is much appreciated!
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