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Am doing a heat transfer problem and hence I want to find the temperature values at each seconds...and I am not aware of that to find steady state we get only one value..but in transient how to do that...?? Kindly guide me please....
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Old   April 9, 2013, 05:06
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You need to save all transient values of interest during your calculation. You can not do that after the calculation!

Go to "Calculation Activities" -> "Solution Animation" to store a whole plot at each timestep or go to "Monitors" to store single values (surface or volume integrals, single point values) during each timestep.

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