|April 1, 2013, 02:55||
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I have finished my unstructured steady finite volume SIMPLE program for collocated grids and now I am trying to get it unsteady.
Well I have discretized the temporal terms but my question is about convergence. For each time step I should solve the momentum and the pressure equation for a couple times until convergence (or a given tolerance) to go for the next time step. I have looking for it in the forum and in a couple books but I am not able to find it.
Could anyone help me and tell my which paramater should I focus and the tolerance that I should give it?
|finite volume method, simple collocated|
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