[mesa-users] Hook in HR when hitting max_age
jwschwab at berkeley.edu
Fri Jan 31 17:45:56 EST 2014
paxton at kitp.ucsb.edu writes:
> For now, interpolating to the max age is probably the best work around
> -- with checks to make sure the results are stable when you go to a
> smaller max timestep (convergence, convergence, convergence). ;p
I did a little test over lunch.
First I ran Radek's inlist as is, which takes 1714 steps and then
terminates at the max_age limit. This has a max_timestep of 1e7 yr.
Then, I restarted from step 1700 and
+ evolved past the max_age with a max_timestep of 1e7 yr
+ evolved to the max_age with a max_timestep of 3e6 yr
+ evolved to the max_age with a max_timestep of 1e6 yr
+ evolved to the max_age with a max_timestep of 1e5 yr
I've attached an HR diagram showing the results.
Which is just to say that this is all about having a smaller timestep,
rather than reaching the last timestep.
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