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Old   July 15, 2005, 18:03
Default where is 'max continuity loops'
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I experience solving error with the following notice during solving a transient problem. In the notice, I have no idea where does the 'max continuity loops' locate, does anyone know where it is? Thanks

| ****** Notice ****** |

| The maximum Mach number currently is 2.572E+01. |

| If this message persists and you experience robustness problems, |

| consider setting the expert parameter 'max continuity loops' to 2. |
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Old   July 16, 2005, 10:38
Default Re: where is 'max continuity loops'
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Always list the version that you're using...For 5.7.1, go to expert parameter in Pre..... Browse the menu on top... should locate this item quite easily. Alternatively, write a CCL for it. The former one is the easiest.
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