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How to modify the solver precision?

There are some default tolerance values in many nonlinear analysis processes in the solver.
The "solver precision ratio" in solver settings (setup -> solver) allows modifying these default tolerances.

The tolerances in the solver will be divided by the specified precision ratio.
For instance, a precision ratio of 10 means that all tolerance values will be 10 times smaller than the default setting (=higher precision).
Below you can find an example of a default tolerance (=convergence criterion) and how it can be influenced via the solver precision ratio.

Reference number: 
ESA1311
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FAQ Category: 
Calculation (non linear, dynamics, ...)
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Free User