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Old   January 12, 2009, 03:22
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Hi everybody,

For steady case, i use the utility foamLog to extract the residual values and then plot them.
My question concerns unsteady cases. In this case, foamLog gives me a value per time step. I think that the resulting curve is not very usefull, considering unsteady simulations (correct me if i'm wrong). Is it possible to get the convergence curve within each time step?

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