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Old   July 12, 2012, 07:49
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Hi everyone,

Can someone please tell me how to stop the iteration process that is being run?

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Hello,
quite simple: Ctrl + C
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Hello,
quite simple: Ctrl + C
Isn't cancel and stop is different?

In my opinion, cancel is to cancel the whole process and
stop is like a stop right where you are.
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Ctrl + C (like the button in the picture) just stops your iterating process: you can resume it clicking on Calculate and it starts from the last iteration completed.

In order to cancel the data you have to put the CASE & DATA files in the bin
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Ctrl + C (like the button in the picture) just stops your iterating process: you can resume it clicking on Calculate and it starts from the last iteration completed.

In order to cancel the data you have to put the CASE & DATA files in the bin
Is there any way, for transient calculation, to stop iterations of the current timestep and to resume at exactly that point? When I hit the "Cancel" button, fluent will stop the calculation, but when I then hit "Calculate" a new timestep begins instead of doing the iterations of the current one.
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Hi,
If there is a way I never found it!
I just save the case and data files automatically. When I am debugging a model, I save them every time step so that I can start again from where I want.
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Sounds like a no-brainer. Unfortunately, this did not come to my mind...
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