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Old   September 15, 2002, 22:09
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Jamo
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I am currently modelling the scavenging process for a small two stroke engine. Some time steps have been taking well over 100 itterations to concerge. They appear to flatten out but do not diverge.

Can anyone suggest a relyable method for selecting a suitable timestep?
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