|April 2, 2014, 10:33||
Discontinuities in the probe signal
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I run a simulation but it seemed to me that there was not enough samples so I run more time steps from the last saved time. However I have got a different signal, and confirmed by a the same simulation run form 0 to the new end time.
I did not do reconstructPar because it was simply to run the same case in the same number of processors.
However I have other cases where I did the reconstructPar and then the decomposePar -force and a shift is present.
Does anyone know what this might be ?
Thanks in advance
I have attached some examples with the data from the probes.
(Forgive me if I did not put the images in the usual way.)
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|April 4, 2014, 16:04||
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