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Old   August 25, 2004, 00:33
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I'm running the case with liquid fuel injection, evaporation and combustion. I tried MARS and UD schemes, under-relaxation coefficients of 0.1, but it doesn't help. The solution still diverges and the file fort.101 is been written. Do you know what a file is that? How can I converge my solution?

Note, that it worked well before I turned the turbulent dispersion model on. Now it is turned off, but the solution still doesn't converge. It seems like the progrdm "remembers" the previous settings, though I've deleted all the auxiliary files, except the model file.

Please help!

Regards, Julie
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Old   August 30, 2004, 05:21
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Check all your setting again. I sometimes found that prostar doesn't set all your settings. Save your file read it again and see if everything is set alright.

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