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Old   December 5, 2013, 13:54
Post Solution initialization accuracy initial values
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in solution initialization, when I set up to compute my initial values from my velocity inlet, I see the table of initial values with little bit different values. For example I used velocity 10m/s and there is 9,999993 m/s, the same with temperature I set up 293 K and there is displayed 292,9999 K.
Does someone know why? Should I correct the accuracy somewhere?

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