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Old   September 19, 2007, 22:59
Default Time step too small in stiffbs
Zhigang Hu
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Hi, everyone. The following message appears when I activate the heat mass coupling in DPM panel. "Time step too small in stiffbs:

dt = 8.537147e-021, t = 0.000000e+000

0 y = 7.000001e-006 dy/dt = 0.000000e+000

1 y = 1.000000e+020 dy/dt = 0.000000e+000"

Can you explain it?Thank you very much!

Zhigang Hu
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Old   September 22, 2007, 06:55
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