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  • Stopping simulation run after 10.000 entities are disposed

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 #4009  by miguelgaitan
 Mon Jun 17, 2013 9:46 am
Hi!,

Check the Simbit(Support tab>Sample Simbit Solutions): "Using a Monitor", it stops the simulation and records stats about the event that triggered it. In the example it's monitoring the length of the queue but that can be easily changed to check how many entities have entered your sink, or per each entity type how many have been destroyed.

regards
 #4011  by dsturrock
 Mon Jun 17, 2013 10:50 am
One way is to add your own TallyStatistic and use the Stopping Condition property:
TallyStatistic.PNG
(FYI, You cannot use this feature on predefined internal statistics)


Another easy way that will work in some situations is to use the Maximum Arrivals property on the Source object and then set your Ending Type on the Run Ribbon to Infinite. This will create 10000 entities and run until the last one gets destroyed.
MaxArrivals.PNG
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