|October 23, 2009, 03:33||
What if I give a too good initialization in Fluent?
Join Date: May 2009
Posts: 85Rep Power: 7
Guys, it seems I am having trouble to make it converge.
simulation of unsteady flow, LES
summary: I have some doubt with the old mesh, So I generate another mesh which might be exactly the same as the old one. Then I use the interpolation file from the old case to initialize the new case, start simulation, and now I am having trouble to make it converge fast in every time step.
How can I set the convergence criteria properly when the initialization is too good?
Thanks a lot!
|October 23, 2009, 19:32||
guess the value!!!
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Surabaya, Indonesia
Posts: 153Rep Power: 7
I dont think that Initiation has much response on your simulation!!! I think initiation is how we can guess the final value!!! The value is depend on us!!!
there is no wrong and right value!!
hope it helps
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