You can also adjust the simulation speed in real time mode, but it will only be “real time” if the simulation speed factor equals 1. Anything else is either slower or faster. Meaning you can also simulate a month of production in real time mode.
What I actually wanted to find out with this question is, if the simulation layout when set to real time with simulation speed factor of 1 will perform as fast as the real layout. In your first post it thought you had a general issue with the speed of the layout to not match what it should be capable of in the real world.
But maybe I got that wrong and you meant that you would like to simulate the time frame e.g. a month faster then it does in the current state. If that’s the case then it could be possible that the visualization is bottlenecking the maximum simulation speed. If I were you I would set the “Simulation Run Time” to the wanted time frame and then drag the simulation speed slider to the rightmost position and start the simulation.
Simplifying or removing geometry might help, but unfortunately I don’t know any other method than that in speeding the simulation up. Disabling the animation might help - but as I said this isn’t implemented yet.
Hopefully someone from VC has some tips?
Just got a reply from VC which has something to do with simulation speed. Other options to speed up the simulations are:
- Make components invisible
- Set the property "Simulation Level" of the components to "Fast"