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Old   July 10, 2009, 09:08
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Hi Foamers,

My question seems to be idiotic, but, is it possible in a transient flow simulation to get the correct velocity profile but a completely wrong pressure profile. As both equations are solved sequentially in a iterative process, if one gets the flow field right the pressure field should be also right. I tried to find anything to confirm it but I could not find nothing about it.

Can anyone help me out, please?

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Old   July 11, 2009, 06:31
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Dear Titio,

Did you have a look into this thread?

PISO loop

It's pops up as the second hit when I type "openfoam piso" into google. Is this too much too ask?

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