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Old   January 19, 2023, 16:47
Default Save the XY plot in every time step
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Hi all,

I plot the temperature distribution using the XY plot in ANSYS Fluent and I want to save the plot to file in every time step. Is there any suggestion how to acheive this?

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Old   January 27, 2023, 06:50
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Dear QY,

Yes, you can use auto-execute commands for this. You will need to do something like:

1) Create the point, line/rake, etc ...
2) Setup the Report Definition
3) Setup the Report File. Either append "_%t" or "_%i" to your file-name for transient, or steady-state simulations, respectively.
4) Use autoexecute-command. Ask Fluent to export the file. You can set the frequency to every 1 time-step.
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