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Old   June 16, 2015, 10:47
Default Data export from transient run in CFX
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I need to export more than just a single point value or integral quantity from a transient run, for example, a pressure or friction coefficient distribution (defined using CEL) along a defined curve in CFD-Post.

What are my options for this rather simple task? I've saw some old posts which talked about writing macros but I'm not quite sure if they're relevant...

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Old   June 16, 2015, 19:09
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Options include:
* Define a series of points and put monitor points on each. Export the data from solver manager.
* Save results file of every time step you want data for. Load them in CFD-Post and export data on the curve object. This can be done in a session file to automate it.
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