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Old   December 19, 2004, 22:24
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Is there any (commercial) software that can solve a CFD problem until the difference between two iterations is smaller than some tolerance?

I would like the software to keep solving the same problem on a finer mesh till there is some degree of convergence. Is there any software package that can do the re-meshing & re-solving automatically?

Is there any finite element structural-analysis-type software that can do this (e.g. ANSYS?) ?
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Old   December 21, 2004, 10:47
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I myself used ANSYS to solve a flow problem. In ANSYS you can set the required tolerance. I am not sure about remeshing and resolving but you can do it easily manually. Yours Banaeizadeh
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