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Old   November 17, 2005, 09:01
Default How the convergence is recognized in cfx
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How the convergence is recognized in cfx.i.e. how we can know that our prob has concerged or not?I know that if convergence has been done then even though iteration limit is not reached yet solution will be finished.but suppose iteration have been finished and convergence is not reached then what will be there?will solution will be done.and if yes then how accurate will be it?
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Old   November 24, 2005, 08:49
Default Re: How the convergence is recognized in cfx
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If the tolerance setting fro convergence i.e 1.0E-04 as not been reached but the itteration limit has been reahed the solver will stop and the solution will not be fully converged. If this is the case set a higher itteration limit
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