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Old   March 18, 2009, 23:30
Default Results mapping.
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Hello everyone,

Does anyone know how to map results in Fluent? I tried to find it in documentation and in forum postings, but no success.

For example, I want to solve one mesh up to 5s, then create 3 new meshes and run them from the point of 5s by mapping previously obtained results onto new meshes.

Is it possible in Fluent? I was able to do similar thing in OpenFOAM.

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Old   March 20, 2009, 02:49
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The answer is simple.

1. First you must save the results from where you want to interpolate into an interpolation file.

To do so, go to: File>Interpolate>write data.

2. Secondly open the case file with the new mesh and this time choose:

Pick the file you created in 1st step. This will interpolate previously obtained data.

That's it.
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