|December 9, 2013, 18:55||
Convergence problem in 2D cavity problem
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I am solving natural convection flow in a 2D cavity whose walls are at different boundary conditions. Two walls are at high and low temperatures while other two are adiabatic. I enabled gravity, took boussinesq approximation for air, yet I am unable to get convergence. May I know, how to approach this problem..?
According to previous research, a circular flow will develop inside the cavity since flow is purely due to natural convection...
|boussinesq model, convergence fluent, natural convection|
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