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Old   February 18, 2013, 11:37
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i have started using CFD software from past 3 months (icem and fluent) i just want o know the meaning of convergence..... should all the four equations i.e continuity,navier-stokes and energy meet together or is it OK the solution line is stabilised because the navier stokes equations are getting converged but energy and continuity equations are running parallel to each other please some one make me clear....... where i might have gone wrong........
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