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Old   September 3, 2013, 16:59
Default in which states and problems we should use correctPhi or ddtPhiCorr ?
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I know there are 3 correction for phi

adjustPhi : should be used in problems with out fixedValue pressure BC.
correctPhi : may be used for dynamic mesh problems
ddtPhiCorr: DdtPhiCorr

but I have some questions about their applications
in other words, should we turn on correctPhi for all moving meshes or it is good for only certain problems (which I want know them)

I do not know when turn on ddtPhiCorr ?
in other words is it better to turn on it on all CFD problems or not ?


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