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Old   May 23, 2009, 10:52
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Hello everybody:
I am a new user of FLUENT,my problem is: how to confirm the calculation results is converged under unsteady time conditions?Does it mean it must be converged in every time step? Or it is the same as the steady time conditons(values didnt change a lot in the last iterations)?
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