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Old   December 13, 2012, 09:54
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Hello there.

I am using Fluent 14.0, launching it from the command prompt.
Transient run.

How can I tell the software to store the initial condition?

I am using the following journal:

file/read-case-data test2.cas
file/auto-save/root-name test2.dat.gz
solve/dual-time-iterate

is there something that I can add?

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file/write-date data.dat ...
if you want to save the case and the data file you can use write-case-file
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