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So how does time scaling work?

So how does time scaling work?

So how does time scaling work?

(OP)
Hey guys,

currently I am desperately trying to increase my computation time of an microstructural CEL Analysis.

I stumbled across this paper:

https://upcommons.upc.edu/bitstream/handle/2117/81...

In this, two methods for increasing the computation time are discussed, mass scaling and time scaling.

I know how mass scaling works, and I would like to know how time scaling works, as well. The Abaqus documentation isnt too helpful regarding the explanation of time scaling. Is time scaling simply the reducement of the total job time by factor or is there more to it?

eufrat

RE: So how does time scaling work?

(OP)
Thanks!

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