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Old   May 19, 2016, 09:02
Default Mean values from LES
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Hi guys,

I am familiar with using monitors for extracting mean velocity values etc from LES simulation in StarCCM+, but this works only if I start the simulation with the monitors already created.

How can I get the mean value statistics from simulations that have already been run for quite long iterations (without a monitor) ?

It would be helpful if someone could suggest an alternate method.
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Hi,
me I have tried with a simulation with a simh file and create at the end of the simulation a time average monitor. I was thinking that the monitor would have taken the .simh file store data, but it didn't work. Someone knows maybe how to link monitor with this store data ?
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