|July 4, 2013, 07:22||
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* Use auto time scale and let the solver work it out. Usually this is a conservative estimate, that means you can go much faster.
* Read the documentation as it has an extensive discussion on it.
* But I usually do not bother. A start with auto time scale and accelerate it as the simulation progresses using "edit run in progress" until I get a good convergence rate.
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