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Old   August 26, 2009, 05:48
Default Re: Normalize the residuals to the order of three
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Can anyone help me understand the statement: "Normalize the errors/residuals to the order of three". What should be the input in FLUENT for the above mentioned statement? I tried giving 0.001 (1e-3) as the input for NORMALIZATION FACTOR after checking the NORMALIZE option from Solve --> Monitors --> Residuals WINDOW in FLUENT. Am I right? Do you think 1e-3 is the correct input for the statement, "NORMALIZE THE ERRORS/RESIDUALS TO THE ORDER OF THREE". If what I think is wrong, Can anyone help me out with the correct inputs to be given for NORMALIZATION FACTOR? Even if I am right, can you support my assumption with an explanation?
Please help me!!
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