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Old   May 26, 2019, 12:44
Default CFD-Post Doesn't Show Fluent's Time Steps After FSI Analysis
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Hello everyone,

I am doing FSI analysis of a plate for a project at my university. The setup is under the Fluent (transient condition) and Transient Structural with two-way coupling. When computing is done I can only see the last time step of FFF on CFD-Post while there are Mechanical's timesteps are shown. I saw a post which has a smilar case on CFX but there is no such options at least I didn't saw.

Also there is a autosave option which is off on Fluent but I am not sure that is the solution. Thanks for answers.

Edit: It is the solution, I am not deleting the post in case of someone will has the similar problem. On Fluent click the solving tab then from activities press the autosave option. Determine the saving option as desired.

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