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Old   April 9, 2009, 04:51
Default Different results in natural convection!!
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Iím simulating natural convection in a cavity (2D) with water and a high AR = 15, heating on the bottom, with boussinesq, res = 10E-5, time step = 1,25s. Is it normal find different results for the same conditions (same .def archive)? This question is some thing in the code to calculate natural convection or is my initial condition?

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