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Old   November 11, 2011, 10:19
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I did my first dynamic mesh is an IC engine.

When I did mesh motion, I got some error at 333 degrees. Now My display is showing the grid at 33 deg. How can i put it back to o deg, ie time step zero.

I did another one and got my results. But I can see only the last time step contours. I want to see the contours at diff time steps. ( I Saw some threads like this. bUt didn't get a good ans)

I don't want a animation. I don't want to save diff case files for diff time steps. I want to see the contours in the same display window at diff time (or diff crank angles).
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