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change physics continuum option after running a steady sim with java

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Old   June 10, 2018, 13:45
Default change physics continuum option after running a steady sim with java
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Hi everybody. I'm quite new with programming in java and i'd like to get some help. I need a program which runs a steady simulation, than switch it to an unsteady one, setting up motion for a region. May somebody help me with some line of code? I did a very basic java which runs the steady sim and saves it. now i've to change the solver model. I've found a macroutils database on github but i'm still not able to use it. please help
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Old   June 11, 2018, 07:47
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Just record a macro while changing your simulation settings. Easiest way to do, if you have no clue how to program java.
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