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Old   June 22, 2011, 19:20
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Can someone give an example of an OpenFOAM steady viscous (laminar or turbulent (RANS)) incompressible, compressible, transonic, or supersonic aerodynamic (gamma=1.4, no chemistry) run where all the residuals were converged to machine zero?

Yes, the question is as basic as it seems. If one of the examples included with OpenFOAM answers the question, that would be fine too. Please just point it out.
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