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Old   October 13, 2022, 23:02
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Hey all,

I'm getting back into using FLUENT after years of using CFX.
I'm wondering how to initialise a simulation using a previous result/data file in the same way you can with CFX.

Any thoughts?

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Assuming it is on a different grid (otherwise, well, it is kind of just the same case), you create an interpolation file from the original case and read it in the new case after the basic initialization
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