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Old   April 25, 2005, 09:47
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Hello

I tried to solve a simple nozzle flow with compressible codes for low mach number' s and looks like there is some problem in convergence.

Can somebody spot the difference between effectiveness of density methods and other solver (pressure based ?? ) I really not sure how the pressure solvers work ?

Is there any specific problem in convergence for low mach number flows ??


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