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In steady-state simulations, the solver iterates until the solution converges, meaning the solution reaches a stable state where the residuals of the governing equations become small enough. The number of iterations required to reach convergence can vary depending on the complexity of the problem, the mesh size, and the solver settings. To determine the number of iterations, you can set a maximum limit and let the simulation run. Monitor the residual plots during the simulation. If the residuals level off and reach a plateau well before the maximum limit, the simulation has likely converged. 

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