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houman June 22, 2004 10:11

attaching transient results files
 
Hi, Would appreciate it if you tell me how is it possible to have the transient steps of two Res. files (Res.000_2 is a rerun (restart) of Res.000_1) in one Res. file so that in POST you have all the steps to be able to see the simulation from the first step up to the end at once,

thanks & regards, houman

Glenn Horrocks June 22, 2004 18:17

Re: attaching transient results files
 
Hello houman,

I don't think it is possible. You have to load the res file containing the timesteps you want to view. If you are making an animation, Robin has posted a description of doing that some time ago: http://www.cfd-online.com/Forum/cfx.cgi?read=7444

Glenn

houman June 23, 2004 06:42

Re: attaching transient results files
 
Hi Glenn,

thanks for your reply, I'll check it...

yours, houman

houman June 24, 2004 08:37

Re: attaching transient results files
 
hi again, the link doesn't work so would you please send me the related text per email.

thanks & regards, houman

Glenn Horrocks June 24, 2004 19:37

Re: attaching transient results files
 
Hi,

The posting essentially said that you can do an animation across multiple res files by using keyframes. For instance to do an animation across two res files, put on key frame at the start of res file 1, another keyframe at the end of res file 1; load the res file 2 and put a keyframe at the start and end of res file 2. When you record the animation file it should automatically span it across the two res files.

Glenn

houman June 25, 2004 07:42

Re: attaching transient results files
 
Hi Glenn,

thanks for your reply, I'll try that, I hope it will work.

best regards, houman


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