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Old   April 21, 2007, 13:36
Default Solving at zero operating pressure
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Benjamin Zachariah
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Hi, i'm running a pipe flow problem with inlet pressure of 8 bar and i want outlet pressure as 0 bar, with an operating pressure of 0 bar. it always end in divergence. any ideas? URF are all set low, pressure based solver, k-epsilon viscous model, 2nd order discretisation.

any help would be grately appreciated.
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