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Old   June 24, 2013, 10:28
Default Continuity error normalized?
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Hi,

I was just wondering whether anyone could confirm whether or not the continuity errors in OpenFoam are normalized in any way?

It doesn't seem so from the code, but then my c++ is not all that great - so i just wanted to confirm that they are not!

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