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Old   February 23, 2012, 14:47
Default using icoFoam 2nd order in time
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Hello,

has anybody ever checked if the icoFoam or pisoFoam solver are really performing 2nd order accurate for U and p? If yes, it would be very nice if he/she could show it to me (maybe with graphs). I have no idea if my calculations are wrong or if perhaps the solvers are not performing nicely...

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