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Old   October 30, 2008, 00:50
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Hi there; using Transient statistics on CFX-11.0, if i have an averaging for velocity for 6000 iteration, then I decide to complete my run from the same result file, but i want to start new average for my velocity from 10000 to 11000, shall i type on the "start iteration list" 10000 "which is the total time step or 4000 "which is the current time step"???
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Old   October 30, 2008, 09:00
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Hi Alshroof,

If you continue the run, the solver will just add to the averages already there, even with a change to the start iteration list.

To reset the averaging, start a run from a new def file with your old results selected to initialize from and make sure you select the "interpolate initial guess" option. This will provide a clean restart, but zero out the averages. Note that it will start the time value back to your initial time, so if you have time dependent expressions or boundary conditions you may want to explicitly define the initial time to be equal to the end time of your previous run.

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