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Old   June 25, 2003, 04:27
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HI, does anyone know what kind of structure I have to write for getting a scheme file for being able to automate the post-process of an unteady calcultaion (with more of 300 data files)? Here is what I would like: Fluent opens automatically the first xxx0001.dat files, displays a picture and writes it into jpeg file. Then do the same for the 299 remaining data files.. There is the option Animate, but taht means I have to know what kind of picture I have to get befor I start the calculation. Ank U
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Old   June 25, 2003, 06:39
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I think this will help...


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Old   June 25, 2003, 10:16
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Thanks for your reply! Unfortunately with this method I have to generates for any data file this fieldview.... that means I have to do this command more than 300 times: IT IS BORING!!! I need the do-loop on every data file, which executes the post-process. Any advices? Ank U mAx
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