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Old   October 18, 2004, 22:46
Default Pressure change after import init. condition file
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Hi, I have a problem with using initial condition file.

I first run a simulation for some timesteps, and I stoped the run.

Then I run another simulation by specifying the result file of my first run as the initial condition, and I checked "interpolate initial values onto def file mesh" box in cfx-solver. However, the pressure data of the first time step in my second run is not the same as that of the last timestep in my first run. I thought cfx should start with the last-timestep data of the result file.

The mesh/boundary condition definations/reference pressure are the same.

Any suggestion? Thank you very much.
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