|November 19, 2012, 19:33||
Reset flow-time, time-step & iter. counter while maintaining data?? Help please
Join Date: May 2010
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Recently I've had a problem where due to single precision the pistons of the Stirling engine I'm modelling didn't return to their exact starting locations after one shaft revolution.
As a result, my starting point "moved" in time by about 107 time-steps.
Is there anyway I could make this point 0 (flow-time, time-step and iter. no.) while keeping the data?
I tried interpolating and (rpsetvar'flow-time 0.0) but didn't work.
After interpolating/reading the results the pressure values were wrong and rpsetvar reset the flow-time but kept the iteration count the same.
I would like to save snapshots of my solution every 250 time-steps and FLUENT saves at 250, 500, 750 etc while in my case it should now be smth like 357, 607, 857 etc which i cannot specify in the solution animation settings.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!
|April 20, 2014, 07:00||
Join Date: May 2012
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solve montiors residual reset yes
save data file using Interpolation. Initialize the case and read the interpolated file.
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