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Old   May 16, 2004, 20:15
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Jay
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Hi, guys I have a simple question about the limit of line length in Gambit. Actually, I tried to connect two vertexes which are 10um apart each other but I couldn't. Do you guys have any idea?

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Old   May 17, 2004, 13:44
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Everything depends on the scale you are using in the Gambit session. Why don't you work in units of um instead of e.g. meters? Gambit does not need, it even doesn't care for your length units and you can change the scale in Fluent afterwards to get the proper physical scale for your problem.

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George
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Old   May 17, 2004, 14:33
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thank you very much Jay
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Old   May 17, 2004, 18:33
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FYI, the minimum line length in Gambit is 0.0001, in my experience
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