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Old   July 2, 2009, 02:20
Default Physical time step for steady state solver
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Hi everyone!

Is there any possibility to set up a physical time step for steady state solver? Or just to make time steps 'wider'?

And a second question. Is it possilbe to check out where maximum residuals appear. I mean in which point(s) of the grid. I supose my mesh is unhealthy and I would like to know what do I have to change.

Thanks for any reply!

Regards, Marcin

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