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Old   November 15, 2013, 13:20
Default Specifying 'Stop Iteration' for SAS Averaging
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When running a SAS-SST turbulence model I recieve the following notice...

I know it is only a notice, and the simulation continues to run, but in case this is a part of some of the instability I see I would like to know where and how to adjust this stop iteration setting. But the information is not in any Ansys guide!

Does anyone have experience with where this setting is and how to assign an appropriate value?

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Old   November 18, 2013, 03:56
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If you are not interested in the Reynolds stresses then ignore it. In order to get statistically correct Re stresses (e.g. remove initial startup effects) one can delay the start of the averaging at: Output control/Trn stats/<new> /start/stop iteration list.
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