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Old   February 23, 2000, 00:13
Default Solving energy and flow together or not!
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Hello all, I am confused about the solution algorithm in Fluent. There is segregated/coupled option.In addition, in the solution controls menu you can solve one transport equation at a time (i.e. you can solve flow equation first and energy equation later). What is the difference of solving them together or seperately in segregated solver? Thanking you in advance Ilkay

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