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Old   August 22, 2006, 06:02
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hello everybody

I solved a simulation using CFX10.0 step by step (almost every 2000 number of time was solved) now I am taking the result from CFX Post procesesor.but last time step number is 60000. is there any way to load all results files in one cfx-Post. otherwise i have to open 30 cfx results files to collect the results....I tried to load using Ctrl+Mouse, but it does not work....


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Old   August 22, 2006, 07:22
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CFX-11 allows you to open multi-file. But I daunt you can open such large number of files altogether even with CFX-11. One solution to your problem is to let CFX-Post automatically load those 30 results and do postprocessing on each result one-by-one. What you need to do is to record all the operation you would like to do for one result and then replay session or state file.
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Old   August 24, 2006, 07:18
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thank you longbow... I got it. but non-multi-file option in CFX10.0 is a big problem...
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