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Old   May 23, 2009, 17:02
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hi all
i am very new to fluent. i am a mathematician and working on the double pane window natural convection problem. we carried out theoretical error anaysis with a stabilized finite element method and trying to carry out some numerical tests for validation. is it possible in fluent to make some numerical test because our equation is a bit different from usual natural convection equations and contains some extra terms due to stabilization(for artificial viscosity).
thanks to everyone in advance
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