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Old   February 12, 2013, 09:37
Default time step continuity errors in internal flow
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Hoarau Yannick
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Hi

I have a big problem with a simulation of the theat transfert in a cluster room. I join the configuration file. I have 5 clim in the room plus the clusters. I impose blowing and succion velocities.
The simulation works for steady flows but when the simulation is unsteady I always have the divergence of time step continuity errors very fast. I did increase the size of the grid, reduce the time step ... Still not working.
I also checked the mesh with checkmesh and it seems ok.
If anyone has an idea of the right procedure I will be happy to hear it.

Many thanks,

Regards,

Yannick
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