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Ansys Insight: What does pre-conditioning under Design tool in Fluent’s Adjoint solver imply?

    • Surya Deb
      Ansys Employee
      1) Pre-conditioning for Prescribed motion implies advancements for the prescribed displacements. A value of 0 yields the most aggressive advancement, while a larger value encourages more stable, albeit slower, advancement of the process for updating the prescribed displacements. A value of order 1 is typical in the event that preconditioning needs to be applied. n2) Pre-conditioning for freeform motions implies advancement for updating the freeform displacements. A value of 0 means that no preconditioning is applied, while a larger value encourages more stable, albeit slower, advancement of the process for updating the freeform displacements. A value of order 1 is typical in the event that preconditioning needs to be appliedn
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