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Old   April 22, 2009, 11:09
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Hi all,

I just play around with reactingFoam and it's a really nice solver. A big problem for me is the very small time step size, even with a simple case and an excellent mesh (<= 10^-5s).

Do you have any suggestions how I could increase the time step?

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Michael
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