|March 7, 2008, 05:35||
Convergence problem in mixing chamber
I have a convergence problem in a mixing chamber. flow is injected into chamber from a big inlet port and 4 small inlet ports.(Inlet B.C. = 40, 30, 20, 10 bar) each of injected flows are merged in mixing chamber and discharged into a discharging nozzle.(Outlet B.C. = 1atm)
In case of low pressure inlet condition(10bar), simulation was well converged with any mesh size and turbulence models. In case of high pressure inlet condition(40,30bar), however, continuity, k and epsilon are diverged.(different mesh size and turbulence models)
Although I changed pressure inlet condition to mass flow rate inlet condition, simulation result was diverged.
How can i solve this problem?
Thank you in advance.
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