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Old   October 27, 2009, 16:50
Default Creating Transient Graphs using Autosave files from FLUENT
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Hi,

I was wondering how to create transient graphs using Autosave files for each timestep in CFD-post. Do I need to read each file in as its own series when inputting data?

Also is there a way of creating transient solutions with the original .cas and .dat files or is CFD post going to look at the last timestep vs all the timesteps in the file (101 total timesteps).

Any help would be greatly appreciated
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Hi,

I was wondering how to create transient graphs using Autosave files for each timestep in CFD-post. Do I need to read each file in as its own series when inputting data?

Also is there a way of creating transient solutions with the original .cas and .dat files or is CFD post going to look at the last timestep vs all the timesteps in the file (101 total timesteps).

Any help would be greatly appreciated
I think you can get the transient results by setting "monitor" before computing. hope it could help you.
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Old   June 3, 2011, 03:23
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Hi,

I was wondering how to create transient graphs using Autosave files for each timestep in CFD-post. Do I need to read each file in as its own series when inputting data?

Also is there a way of creating transient solutions with the original .cas and .dat files or is CFD post going to look at the last timestep vs all the timesteps in the file (101 total timesteps).

Any help would be greatly appreciated
If you want to extract data from saved data files, th best way would be journal programming.
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