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Old   May 8, 2018, 08:22
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So I am currently busy but if no ready unswer will come, I have to look into the code

Originally Posted by alimea View Post
Hi Alexander

I haven't tested this, but theoretically yes. you are right. According to this sentence of
limitedLinear: linear scheme that limits towards upwind in regions of rapidly changing gradient; requires a coefficient, where 1 is strongest limiting, tending towards linear as the coefficient tends to 0.
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