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Old   April 24, 2006, 05:48
Default Doubt in unsteady case
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I have a doubt in implementation of unsteady case. I have to run a case for 2 sec. I want to run it in the following way. I know the conditions for 0 to 1 sec and 1 to 2 sec.So can I run it as two different cases?

Case 1: From 0 to 1 sec with input conditions at 0 sec Case 2: From 1 to 2 sec with input conditions at 1 sec

After getting the results for both, can I combine those two?

If any clarifications needed I can answer?

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Old   April 24, 2006, 11:11
Default Re: Doubt in unsteady case
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I experimented it and found that it should not be done like that. It should be run as a single case from 0 to 2 sec. Anybody having any other opinion or idea can convey it here?

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