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flux diverngence in simulating nasa rotor 67 using foam extend

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Old   May 15, 2020, 04:08
Default flux diverngence in simulating nasa rotor 67 using foam extend
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I'm simulating nasa Rotor67 in foam-extend using steadyCompresibleMRF solver.
after 7000 iteration , all of results converge to experimental design point , but max of flux divergence is still high and mach number is 0.1 higher than desgin point ( desgin point =1.38).
1- Is the flux diverngence important parameter to valdiate convergence?
2-how can I fix this parameter?
3- Do you have any idea to reduce the mach number ?
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Hi, I am trying to simulate Rotor 67 in foam-extend, too. Can you help me about the boundary condition?
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