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Old   January 12, 2009, 05:28
Default i need to give initial conditi
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i need to give initial conditions for combustion........... but i want to know the meaning of terms in fields (su, xi, tu, ft, fu, k, epsilon, p, u, k) please tell the description and meaning of that terms
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Old   February 16, 2009, 07:32
Default Hello. I want to find a way
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Hello.

I want to find a way to have a fine grid on both edges but a coarse grid in the middle. ( in x direction)
Since I want to have a similar grid resolution on both edges, the expansion ratio (deta_e/delta_s) would be 1.0.
Then I have uniform grid everywhere despite my intention of having a corse grid in the middle.

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