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Old   December 24, 2002, 00:19
Default Convergence of Continuity equation
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Brandy
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Hi I am dealing with a steady state VOF (implicit)simulations, the continuity residual is not reducing down below 0.8. Could any one suggest what to do?

I tried everything possible.

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Old   December 26, 2002, 23:04
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I don't know what problem you must simulate, but, generally, it NOT may be physically reasonable that the multiphase flow can have the steady-state behavir under any condition.

I think better that, through the transient solutions of your problem, you obtain the final solution which you want(psuedo-st-st solution).

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