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Old   November 19, 2004, 13:34
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I have a question about the dynamic mesh application. I have a volume thats expanding and compressing fluid through a pipe. If I have a number of cells, n in the most compressed case I have about 1.2n in the most expanded volume. The computational time per time step increases from t to about 2.5t. Why is this? Is it caused by the interpolation scheme?
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