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Old   October 24, 2005, 15:57
Default Re: Dual Time Stepping
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According to Jameson's work, we treat the unsteady residual as convective and dissipative parts. Then, in which part do source terms (which are constant during R-K iteration) and 3W/2dt term take place? in dissipative part? Can anyone please explain in detail?

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