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Atul November 25, 2008 17:25

Getting Time Series data from saved unsteady data
 
Hello,

I have saved data files from unsteady simulation.

Can anyone help regarding saving variation of pressure at a 'point' in domain now for all of the data files?

Please note that I have already run the simulation, otherwise I could have saved the information using monitor panel.

Thanks Atul

mAx November 26, 2008 01:59

Re: Getting Time Series data from saved unsteady d
 
surface/point

report/surface integrals/

choose vertex average and the kind of pressure you want to write.

Enable the "write..." option


Atul November 26, 2008 04:29

Re: Getting Time Series data from saved unsteady d
 
Thanks for the response mAx, but please let me tell u that i already have about 200 data files saved. Doing this manually will take me some time. I hope that there is some automatic way to extracty data through udf or macro.

I need to read the data file (say 1) and then get static pressure at a point, write it to a file. read data file 2, get static pressure at the same point and write it to same file.... i want to repeat it for all of my data files.

simialrly i have different unsteady cases with corresponding data files. I want to do the same of other unstaedy case and data files also.

Your help is appriciated.

Thanks, Atul

mAx November 26, 2008 04:35

Re: Getting Time Series data from saved unsteady d
 
yes it is possible with a scheme file (I have it).

You just have to writes a journal file, describing what you want to do for each case & data, and then the scheme file will loop it.

Atul November 26, 2008 06:12

Re: Getting Time Series data from saved unsteady d
 
Hello Max, Thanks for your intereset. Can you please send it to me.

Thanks and Regards, Atul


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