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Old   December 11, 2000, 06:46
Default Implicit droplet source terms (SW70,71)
Ossi Kaario
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I have noticed that when using implicit source terms for the droplet mass and energy (SW70 and 71) I get a lot higher cylinder pressure in a engine combustion case compared to keeping them explicit. Has anyone noticed the same kind of behavior ? I do not immediately see where this effect comes from.

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