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Old   June 6, 2011, 10:58
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Hello,
I am trying to use the concentrations calculated for one simulation as the initial conditions of another? How do can I achieve this? I can do it with BC's such as a velocity profile, however i cannot seem to make it work for the interior nodes. Thanks for the help!
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Hi, try this:
file->interpolation (for more info. refer to user manual)
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That worked beautifully, thanks for the help!
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