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Old   March 3, 2003, 04:10
Default convergence in particle transport model
Jose Tinoco
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I am trying to simulate a metal spray by using the particle transport model. I have succeeded to obtain the gas flow right (transonic flow) but I get convergence problems after the particle loop. I tried to use the particle under relaxation factors without any result. Does anyone know how to improve convergence when using the particle transport model?



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