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Old   January 18, 2010, 14:02
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Hello,

I am trying to use an interruption control in order to stop my simulation before it crashes due to deformed mesh. I decided to control the solver through timesteps. The timestep value is given by an expression which I named tstep and is a constant value. Therefore i set the interrupt condition's logical expression to tstep==150 [s] , wanting it to stop at the timestep 150. Well, it did not! I also tried tstep>=150[s] which didnt work either. Does anyone understand what am I doing wrong?

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