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Old   February 21, 2008, 19:21
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Hello, I would like to ask about E-imbalance in cfx-solver. In the montior (plot) window for H-energy or T-energy imbalance in cfx-solver, if the variable value (Y value) in the plot is equal to zero, does it mean that the energy imbalance is zero (i.e., Energy in = energy out) or that the only convergence of solution for energy equation can be guranteed regardless of the fact of energy imbalance? If anybody knows it, please let me know it. Thanks a lot.
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Old   February 21, 2008, 19:52
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Again, me. The reason why I think about the second case is that the residual is used for measurement of imbalance or energy equation, and therefore, constantly decreased y value (i.e., residuals) means solution is converging... I am not sure which one is correct... Anyway, I hope anybody to give me a clear answer about that... Thank you...
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