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Old   December 30, 2008, 12:48
Default CFX Pressure-Velocity Coupling
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Marco Pellegrini
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I'm using CFX and I noticed that I cannot change the Pressure-Velocity Coupling like in Fluent (SIMPLE-PISO-SIMPLEC). So reading the CFX-Help I found out that CFX, using a co-located grid, leads to a decoupled pressure field. My questions are: -what do they mean with co-located (non-staggered)? -why is the pressure field decoupled?
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