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Old   November 13, 2014, 11:09
Default DPM for uncoupled calculation
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Hey every one,

I'm simulating sediment transport on rivers in steady flow. So, I calculate the flow phase first (till the calculation converge), than I run the DPM (tracking particles : surface injection). My question is, for how many iterations should I let the run (talking about the sediment phase : for particles tracking), one (because I suppose that the flow is already converged) ?? More than one iterations ?? I'm really confused !!

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