[Getdp] ... non-linear iteration convergence ...
mattkoch at scitex.us
Wed Sep 30 22:01:54 CEST 2009
yes, I think that is exactly what I did now, and it works like a charm!
Thanks for your help, and for paving the way to solving this problem by
putting up your FaceConduct2D example up on the Wiki! I have put my
RadiativeHeatTransfer example up on the Wiki as well just now.
Kubicek Bernhard wrote:
> What is done in commercial CFD sometimes is that one splits the T^4 like that: T^3*T
> The T^3 is taken constant for each matrix, while the T is included linear in the system matrix.
> Maybe there is a way of doing that in getdp...
> Also, a good initial guess can help a lot...
> greetings, bernhard
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> From: getdp-bounces at ace20.montefiore.ulg.ac.be [getdp-bounces at ace20.montefiore.ulg.ac.be] On Behalf Of Matt Koch [mattkoch at scitex.us]
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> Subject: [Getdp] ... non-linear iteration convergence ...
> Hello All,
> I have made some progress on my radiative heat exchange problem from a
> long time ago. This is true radiative heat exchange with configuration
> factors, not just a simple T^4 boundary condition. However, I am facing
> convergence problems in my non-linear iteration and have to go to
> relaxation factors as small as 0.01 and smaller in order to make things
> move, and even then it often fails to converge. Does anyone have any
> advice on such an issue? Are there other approaches to solving a
> non-linear problem in GetDP, i.e. other than "IterativeLoop[ItnCnt,
> ItnErr, ItnRlx]"? For example, I stumbled across a JacNL notation
> somewhere, but have no idea how to set this up?Any thoughts would be
> much appreciated.
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