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yunhee February 12, 2008 23:48

How to monitor variable values of point at t=0 sec
 
I wonder how I can monitor values of user points at t=0 sec in cfx-solver. Graph shows the values from t=1 sec instead of t=0 sec. If somebody know it, please let me know it. Thank you.


Subha February 13, 2008 06:15

Re: How to monitor variable values of point at t=0
 
Hai Yunhee,

The values at t=0 are the initial values you set or those calculated by the solver(if automatic intial values are chosen).

Regards,

Subha.

Carlos February 13, 2008 11:02

Re: How to monitor variable values of point at t=0
 
Heloo,

You can save a backup at t=0 setting the expert parameter "backup file at zero=t"


yunhee February 13, 2008 13:45

Re: How to monitor variable values of point at t=0
 
Thank you, Subha and Carlos. According to Carlos advice, I could save a backtup at t=0. By the way, I want to plot the values (e.g., force) of user defined points at t=0 in monitoring window of cfx-solver. Then I can save the values at t=0 with csv file using the export plot data function. Although I set the expert parameter (backupt fiel at zero=t), the plot starts from t=1 still. So, I cannot do what I want explained above. If you don't mind, could you please give any idea to solve this problem? Thanks a lot.


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