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Old   August 17, 2010, 21:07
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i m new in transient simulations. Particles are entering the cyclone continuosly for 10 minutes with air. then the particles stop and after 1 hour again partciels are injected continuosly for 10 minutes. Could anyone please tell me how can i specify the following:

1. time step size (s) in the "iterate" panel
2. Number of time steps in the "iterate" panel
3. Maximum iterations per time step
4. Particle start and stop time

I will be grateful if anyone could explain me the preceeding points also

Waiting anxiously for kind response.

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