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Old   January 5, 2007, 12:24
Default Controling Physical Timescale
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Hello everybody,

I would like SOLVER MANAGER to change automaticaly value of PHYSICAL TIMESCALE during solver run depending on what trend MAXIMUM RESIDUAL exhibits. It is possible to write some expression that would account for MAXIMUM RESIDUAL trend instead of inserting a constant value for PHYSICAL TIMESCALE ? Or it is enough to set TIMESCALE CONTROL to AUTOMATIC ? (We are solving fluid flow in compressor stage.)

Thank You in advance, Petr.

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