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Old   June 28, 2012, 18:17
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I was mapping the results of a simulation to a definition file in the CFX solver manager.

Could some one please let me know how to check out if the mapping is successful .
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Load the def file in CFD-Post and check it looks OK.

If you are doing the mapping as part of the initial conditions of a run, then get the simulation to write a results file at time step zero. This will show the initial conditions as the solver sees it, and again load that in CFD-Post.
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