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Old   July 28, 2021, 21:42
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Hi Team REEF3D,

I used P35 to print the results, but the time is marked by the i-th second rather than real simulation time. For example, 5 is represents 0.05s if time interval is 0.01s. Is this possible to print results with real simulation time?

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Hi Rouxiao Chen,

not sure what you mean ... is it the file naming you refer to?
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The time presents in term of the numbers of time steps rather than simulation time with seconds. This is the animation view of the tutorial 8.6 result in Paraview and the end simulation time is 90s.
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This due to your input to the Paraview Animation View.
For a completed simulation from Tutorial 8.6, you will have 90.0 s of simulated data, printed every 0.05 s, resulting in 1800 files.
This you have and is reflected from the Start and End time spinboxes in your attached image.
What you need to do in addition, is to specify the duration of the animation in the last spinbox. The default value seems to be 10 s and you have not changed that. Enter 90 s and this is fixed.
For more information on this, please refer to the User Manual of Paraview.

https://docs.paraview.org/en/latest/...animation.html
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Of course, if you are using P 35, the paraview animation view is unusable as you cannot provide an offset for the start time.
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I used P35 to print results from t=30s to t=50s in every 0.01s, resulting 2000 files. The start time and end time are 0 and 2000 respectively in animation view. Also, when I extracted data in every timestep from Paraview, the time is the number of files.
In previouse experiences, I used Extract Time Steps to set time range.
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I have loaded a case was generated by another solver in Paraview, the time presents in seconds rather than in the number of files. Maybe the format of time is depended on simulation dataset and Paraview read the title of .vtu files as time steps?
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Yes, I believe it simply reads off the file numbers
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