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Old   December 9, 2009, 11:30
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Dear experts:

I want to simulate pipe flow. I selected no sharp interface. I set up inlet is specific velocity boundary and outlet is specific pressure boundary. When it was simulating that the pressure iteration did not converge. How did I solve the problem?
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Dear experts:

I want to simulate pipe flow. I selected no sharp interface. I set up inlet is specific velocity boundary and outlet is specific pressure boundary. When it was simulating that the pressure iteration did not converge. How did I solve the problem?
You can try set the initial velocity and pressure equal to the boundary values and use a smaller initial time step size to help the solution adjust to the boundary conditions.
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