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Old   May 6, 2013, 17:36
Default natural convection with boussinesq flow
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when i am using inlet velocity BC with very small value like 10^-6 m/s, then solution is converging but in case when i am using pressure inlet BC which is preferred fo NC bouyancy driven flow, solution is not converging even with constant T & q''. Mesh is very simple like a two vertical and parallel plates with one adiabatic wall and other heating.
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