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grid convergence[′grid kən‚vər·jəns]
The horizontal angle at a place between true north and grid north. It is proportional to the longitude difference between the place and the central meridian. It is measured east or west from true north.
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An Investigation of Grid Convergence
for Spray Simulations using an LES Turbulence Model," SAE Technical Paper 2013-01-1083.
After conducting grid convergence
study, a mesh of 9714 elements with 2698 nodes has been chosen for calculation based on the assumption of a minimum of six elements per wavelength.
will be demonstrated by comparing relevant quantities on the sequence of grids at strategically chosen locations.