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Default INITIALIZATION FROM OBTAINED RESULTS (TEMPERATURE AND VELOCITY FIELD)-BCs DIFFERENT
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Dear all,

I am simulating a porous media, where the flow reverses after a certain interval (say Case A and Case B-SCHEMATIC ATTACHED). I need to change the BCs of outlet and inlet to inlet and outlet respectively, to do so. However, I need to use the obtained solution from Case A to initialize Case B (flow reversal situation). (Not a case of oscillatory flow)

I have tried reading from the .cas and .dat files, but of no use. Kindly advise me how to go about it.
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