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Old   March 5, 2013, 12:13
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Dear CFD-online users,

I am working on a high pressure (550 Bar) natural gas leak simulation through a flange using fluent. I have tried density based, transient, SST model, but diverged, even adopting 10exp(-7) for time step.
I appreciate any help I got from you.

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