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Default Problem of poor convergence of continuity equation
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Hello all,

I am trying to simulate problem fluid flow and heat trasfer in multiple parallel channels using Ansys 14.0. I have created my geometry in ansys design modular with units in micrometers. meshing is done in fluent itself by using number of division. But I am facing the problem that instead of using very large number of elements, continuity equation is still not converging beyond 2e-3.Kindly suggest some solution guys.
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