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Old   July 29, 2005, 06:29
Default Conjugate Gradient Solver.
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Does anyone know how good a conjugate gradient solver is when all of the terms are in the source term and the Neighbour coefficients are zero? In other words, I could simply calculate the new time value by dividing the source term by Ap in the general notation form. Will the conjugate gradient solver deal with this o.k.?

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