
The Solve/Controls/Solution... menu item opens the Solution Controls panel.
Solution Controls Panel
The Solution Controls panel allows you to set common solution parameters.
Controls
Note that, when one of the densitybased solvers is used, Energy will not appear as a separate item in the Equations list. For the densitybased solvers the energy equation is included in the Flow category (which also includes the pressure and momentum equations).
When one of the densitybased solvers is used, UnderRelaxation Factors will appear only for the following variables, when they are included in your model: solid (for conjugate heat transfer models), turbulence variables, and viscosity. The densitybased solvers use a segregated method to solve these equations; all the other equations are solved in a coupled manner, so there are no underrelaxation factors for them.
This item appears only when the pressurebased solver is used.
This item appears only when the pressurebased solver is used.
This item appears only when one of the densitybased solvers is used.
If the LES turbulence model is enabled, then you have a choice of selecting Bounded Central Differencing or Central Differencing to solve the convectiondiffusion equations.
If one of the densitybased solvers is used, Momentum and Energy will not appear. For the densitybased solvers, the discretization scheme for these equations is selected in the Flow dropdown list (described above).