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Old   August 26, 2005, 15:19
Default how to deal with "particle Exceeded integration"
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hello, Below informatin is what I got when I tried to particle tracking with turbulent dispersion. "Exceeded integration" and "integration error", How can I get rid of them? BTW: The geometry is only around 10cm and particle residence time is very short...

Thanks a lot!

Water at 25 C Entered domain: 1000 Left domain:196 Exceeded integration limit:749 Integration error:55
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Old   August 30, 2005, 07:03
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Dear Steven,

Maybe you could increase the maximum number of integration steps.

Look at Particle Solver Control>Particle integration, & Particle Fates in the manual.

Hope this helps

SC
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