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Old   May 8, 2020, 00:00
Default Under-relaxation of p_rgh in fireFoam?
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Normally in solvers I see a line like
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p.relax();
. I was looking at the solver fireFoam and specifically its pEqn.H file, but I didn't see such line for p_rgh. Does this mean that even if we put some under-relaxation factors for it, it is not working? All the tutorial cases use an under-relaxation factor of 1. Or maybe the under-relaxation is done somewhere but I missed.

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Anyone? Still waiting for someone to shed some light on this.
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