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Old   April 20, 2010, 04:55
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I have constructed geometry of a pipe with a perpendicular branch along it and after splitting it into some bodies, I made a cooper mesh for it that seems to be structured. I used a laminar profile at the entrance of my pipe writing a UFD. but when I start its itration, it does not converge to the residual which I chose. What is the solution?
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