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Old   October 21, 2015, 17:45
Default How can I use solution from one simulation as initial condition on a remote solver?
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I'm currently using a remote solver for some simulations, but setting the simulations up locally. Is it possible to use the solution for one simulation as the starting point of a second simulation? Ideally, I would reference the results file created from the first simulation as the initial conditions for the second file. Being able to do so would substantially decrease the amount of time necessary to complete a grid independence check.

My problem is that I have to specify the initial condition file path, which will not be the same as the local file path on the remote solver. This file ideally won't even exist until the batch process has started. I can predict what the name of the results file from the first simulation will be and it will save into the local directory.

Thanks for your help.
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