|August 20, 2002, 02:54||
How to get Exponential Curve in Transient?
For Transient simluation,
I am tryin to monitor the concentration of gas in a room, however for the monitors, it is either plotting concentration against "time step" or "flow time".
However I tried both, and both gives me the curves of how concentration changes in STEPS. But I want to get a curve rather than in stepwise pattern.
If my modelling is accurate, the concentration of gas in a room should decrease exponentially with time, however when I plot and write a monitor for it, and using plot against "Flow Time", I did not get a curve but a stepwise fashion of decreasing concentraion.
How do I get the exponential decay curve? Please help!!Thanks.
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