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Old   October 14, 2014, 07:51
Question Array output for design points in workbench
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Mahdi Mazloom
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In workbench, I want to change a parameter value (an expression) in CFX and get an array of results for each value of the input parameter.

I have defined design points in workbench but I can't get an array output for each parameter value So by updating all design points I can have an array output for each design point.

How can I do that ?
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Old   October 20, 2014, 08:09
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Set every output parameter in e.g. cfdpost (after solving once for the 1st dp) and update all design points. After finishing all dp- you can export (via rightClick above the dp-table in wb.2.0--> export data) the dp-table into a csv file.
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