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Old   June 18, 2008, 09:43
Default Momentum conservation in transient simulations
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Dear All,

In a transient simulation, each time step incurs a (usually small) iterative error in the coefficient loop iterations. How does this error behave over time (e.g. increase monotonously, remain constant, etc.)?

Thanks for your help.
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