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Timescale control in CFX... same function as pseudo-transient simulation in FLUENT?

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Old   August 26, 2019, 13:29
Default Timescale control in CFX... same function as pseudo-transient simulation in FLUENT?
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Hi,

I found that I can control the physical timescale for steady-state simulation in CFX. Is that same as the pseudo-transient simulation in FLUENT?

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Yes, they are very similar.
Physical timescale is link to the velocity.
Autotimescale is automatically choose by CFX
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