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Old   February 7, 2016, 13:00
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Hello beautiful people,

How is everyone doing today ?
Well ive got a problem for u guys! Basically im using HPC to solve my study and the problem im facing is how do i know if my curves are convergence or if it just ran till end of my iterations?
Do i have to read the values? if so what values should i specifically look into?

Hope someone out here should be able to answer.
Thank you.
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Old   February 18, 2016, 16:39
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This is the hardware sub forum whereas your post is about convergence in CFX. It should probably be in the CFX sub forum.

In answer to your question though, it's the same as in a non HPC solution. Check your output file and see if your residuals reached the criteria you set for them.
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