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Old   January 6, 2011, 21:41
Default mass flow as step function
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hi to all,

anybody explain me how to inject particles by step function.i am doing a steady state analysis.when injecting particles the source terms are high and it makes the convergence worse.i tried under relaxation also.
so i decided to inject particles by increasing the mass flow by step me to resolve this.

thanks in advance
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