Jeff Thornton via TRNSYS-users
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Wed Jun 8 19:36:56 PDT 2016
While I'm not quite sure why you might want to do that, there are
certainly ways to do it. The easiest is probably to use the input delay
controller in the TESS controls library if you have it and set the
"hold" time to something large. I'm sure there are other clever ways
that accomplish the same thing. You could integrate an equation that has
the output multiplied by a forcing function where the forcing function
is one only at the first timestep and 0 otherwise.
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On 06/08/2016 7:43 pm, Hsein Moussawi via TRNSYS-users wrote:
> Hi guys,
> In certain simulation, can I make a component run for one time step only and give the same outputs for the rest of the simulation??
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