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About X1t and X2t time level problem


JohnLiang
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Hi John,


You can adjust the number of steps reported in X1t and X2t simulations by using the dxplot command. The "dxplot" command sets the interval in reaction progress (which varies from zero to one in a simulation) between steps in the plot file. In X2t, "dxplot" defaults to a value of 0.1, so you have plot output at Xi = 0 (the start), 0.1 (one tenth of the way through the simulation), 0.2, 0.3, ... 1. Changing "dxplot" to 0.05, for example, would approximately double the number of steps reported in the plot file (0, 0.05, 0.1, 0.15, ... 1). For more information, please see 7.30 "dxplot" in the GWB Reference Manual.


Hope this helps,


Brian Farrell

Aqueous Solutions LLC
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