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Question Initialize flow statistics after setting the Sampling options in Ansys Fluent
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Hi all,

I am running my case with Large Eddy Simulation using ANSYS FLUENT v14 in HPC. I am writing a text command in order to set up the problem in HPC. As of now, I managed to get it run until it reached statistically stationary state (SSS). Then I need to set data sampling in order to obtained time-average results.

So, my question is:
Can we initialize the flow statistics AFTER the 'Sampling Options' are set? Or do we need to intialize the flow statistics first, then set the Sampling Options and then re-initialize the flow statistics again? I am asking this because I am confused with the user manual:
http://www.sharcnet.ca/Software/Flue...ug/node462.htm

Someone who know this, please let me know. Thanks.
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