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Old   March 15, 2005, 04:37
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hi everybody! I'm simulating with Fluent a mass and heat transfer in a porous medium. unfortunately I've a problem: if I use air as fluid in the porous medium the residuals respect convergence criteria and the solution has a physical meaning; when I use water as fluid in rthe porous medium I GET LOW RESIDUAL TREMS AS far as energy and x-y-z- velocity are concerned but elevated residuals ( 1e+13) as far as continuity equation is concerned. why? how can I solve the problem? bye and thank you
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