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Rajil Saraswat April 30, 2003 07:06

Automating Fluent Results output
 
I think this question must have been already addressed before, but the search on the forum did not result anything , os here it goes again.

Is there a way to automatically save results to a file after certain number of iterations? I want the results to be stored in a file after a fixed interval. Moreover i also want the contour plots to be saved as images, is it possible to automate this.

Thanks a lot.

beginner April 30, 2003 07:23

Re: Automating Fluent Results output
 
File-Write-Data, you can save the document. Put the mouse on the plot, press right button, choose "Copy to Clipboard".

Rajil Saraswat April 30, 2003 11:20

Re: Automating Fluent Results output
 
Thanks. I am beginner on fluent and learning thing slowly. Is there a way to also save contours as images along with the autosaving of data file? If there isny any straight way, can a separate program do this? Greetings.

mateus April 30, 2003 11:53

Re: Automating Fluent Results output
 
HI

You can auto save case and data every ?? timesteps/iterations. To get images it's the easyest to go to solve-animation-define.... After finished calculation you can store the images as mpeg, tiff, eps, jpg....

regards MATEUS

beginner April 30, 2003 12:46

Re: Automating Fluent Results output
 
Read-Case&Data, then Display-Contours.

Rajil Saraswat April 30, 2003 13:44

Re: Automating Fluent Results output
 
This doesnt automate the things. I will have to do this manually,Read Case >Data for all the files, and then save images. On the other hand i was looking for a way to automate this stuff. A program which can read these data files and output images.

Thanks

Vladimir Krejci April 30, 2003 17:08

Re: Automating Fluent Results output
 
Hi

you can make use of journal file first you record your actions into that file and then run it Record is quite straightforward
:file>write>star journal do what you want the journal to do
:file>write>stop journal after this sequence look at the journal file if you need (as you need) edit it

to run the journal
:file>read>journal

I hope it helps a bit

jieremy May 21, 2003 02:35

Re: Automating Fluent Results output
 
hai! i think u can make full use of the scipt of fluent.


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