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Old   December 12, 2007, 13:30
Default How to auto-save the data at fixed times
Pirooz Darabi
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Hello everyone,

Currently I am running a case and for this especial case, in order to avoid divergence I run the code for 500 iterations with dt=0.001 and then run the rest of the case with dt=0.01. At the same time I need to auto-save the data at round time scales (t=20, 25, &hellip. Can you please tell me how I can do that?

Thank you, Pirooz
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Old   December 13, 2007, 04:14
Default Re: How to auto-save the data at fixed times
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Before giving iterarations

file-->write--->autosave--->for every 50 iterations you can use overwrite to save the memory
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Old   December 13, 2007, 18:48
Default Re: How to auto-save the data at fixed times
red lemon
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there is a way to write out at specific time steps. using autosave will only store every n iterations or time steps and with varying time steps or number its/step this will vary so you need to write according to flow time. there is a way i recall you may need a udf or scheme. have to check.

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