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Old   August 23, 2010, 17:25
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Hi,

I have a short question. In CFX v.12, in steady state simulation, is the First Order Backward Euler scheme the default schame for the transient term discretisation?

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Yes, but it is truncated. A number of terms are ignored as you are not trying get a full time accurate history, just advance to steady-state.
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OK
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