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Old   February 5, 2014, 01:19
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Hi everyone.
I am going to solve a problem with SIMPLE method.In this problem I have solid cells that they moves in domain. I define those cells with great viscosity but when I run the code( teach.for) and I find residual of u and v is very much and they reduced to a specified value ( e.g. 10e+3) but Mass_residual reduced to a minimum value (e.g. 10e-7). if I calculate residuals without solid cells, all residual reduced to minimum values (10e-7) But i don't sure that it is correct.
If anybody can help me about that , please help me.
thank u
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simple, simple algorithm

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