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Old   October 16, 2007, 12:35
Default How stop simulation if convergence is not reached?
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I am running some calculations with FLUENT in batch mode. During the prosess FLUENT is checking convergence. If I do not reach convergence, FLUENT proceedes to the next time step. I know that the residual is playing an crucial role in my calculations.

I would like the simulation to STOP if convergence is not reached. How can I do this?

I hope somone can help. Thanks!

Best regards, Andreas.
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