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Old   February 18, 2005, 10:09
Default Acceptable Pressure Gradients
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Jason
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What kind of Pressure Gradients are acceptable when doing a Gradient Adaption either by the Curvature method or Gradient method? Is there a maximum gradient I should try to stay under? Is there a rule of thumb for what a structured or unstructured mesh can handle for a pressure gradients?

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