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Old   September 23, 2012, 03:24
Default Difference between ‘Time’ & ‘Time This Run’
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What's the difference between ‘Time’ & ‘Time This Run’?
I set up a dynamic simulation in which a wall has a displacement ‘a[m]*Time This Run/1[s]’ from the original position. But the result is the wall reciprocats all the time.
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