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Good day, fellow frustrated CFD analysts -

This topic has been brought up before, but not for quite some time.

Does anyone know how to force the solver to allow the turbulent equation normalized residuals to converge to a certain level? I can indirectly let them converge by setting a very tight convergence on the continuity/momentum equations, but I cannot find a way to set the turbulent residuals directly. Perhaps there is a way to do this with CEL functions that I am unaware of.

Thanks for any help.
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