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Old   July 5, 2006, 15:06
Default The seperated solver and coupled one
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Hello, everyone. These days I began to study something about User defined functions. From USF, I noticed that the difference between seperated and coupled solver is that for the coupled one, FLUENT solves the continuity equation, momentum equations and energy equation simultaneously while in seperated solver, it solves them seperately in order. Well, is it the difference for the solver in FLUENT commonly? Thanks in advance.
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