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Old   October 9, 2005, 07:02
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James Houghton
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rhie and chow smoothing is design to avoid a decoupling between the pressure and velocity field.

however does this method always work? i.e. does rhie and chow always fully give a full coupling for all situations and all geometries?

are there limitations of the method?

thanks.

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