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Do you know of any tweaks of the solver parameters to accelerate solution convergence

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Old   September 15, 2006, 13:45
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I'm running a case involving a highly stretched, very fine near-wall mesh with simpleFOAM (and kEpsilon model). The solution convergence seems to be substantially slower than what I'm used to with a commercial solver. Does anyone know how to accelerate convergence?
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