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Old   May 2, 2007, 22:41
Default Initial Transients: Physical or Numerical
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Can initial Transients for an unsteady flow simulation be 'physical' when a higher order accurate time stepping/ space discretization scheme is used ? Lets say the unsteadiness is introduced by virtue of body movement right from time t=0.


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