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Old   February 21, 2005, 15:43
Default time step for predictor-corrector method
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jenn
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Hi, folks:

I usually used CFL condition to control time step. The predictor-corrector method is new to me. Can I just use CFL condition to control time step or are there any other more accurate ways for the time step? I want to use this method for the nonlinear term in the NS equation.

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