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Old   August 22, 2002, 14:28
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suan
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I am solving transient problems with semi-implicit scheme.But my codes is always divergent at one instance.It is possible that at that time, the physical quantitity changes dramatically.To solve this problem , I tried to decrease the time step,but after my time step decreased from 1e-11 to 1e-12, the problem still exists. Since my codes need to run unitill t=1e-5 second, I cannot decrease the time step any more. I also tried to use SUR, but I think the effect is same as decreasing the time step. Is it right? Can anyone give me some advice to solve this problem.

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