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Why is it, that during the convergence of the recalculation engine, there are always a certain number of calculable, yet invalidated values outputted?

Why is it, that during the convergence of the recalculation engine, there are always a certain number of calculable, yet invalidated values outputted?

Answer: The recalculation engine computes a complete set of calculations and then stops. Every time the engine is restarted, it recomputes all the invalidated computer-calculable parameters, which results in invalidating some of the others. So, for this reason, it is quite intentional that Thermoptin does not iterate automatically.

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