|August 29, 2013, 03:00||
Join Date: Aug 2013
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In OpenFOAM, when we use non-orthogonal meshes,we should do someting to make sure the computational accuracy is ok. As far as I can see,there are two ways we could pay attention to :
1.Set the "nNonOrthogonalcorrecters" in the fvslution. (for example 20)
2.Set the "corrected" or "limited" schemes in the fvschemes.(for example Guass linear corrected)
I have a question that what else I can do to ensure accuracy of calculation except the two ways above when using non-orthogonal meshes.
Thank you very much!
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