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Old   May 5, 2017, 02:44
Default Unsteady simulation in batch, saving scenes to file
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Hello,

I wish to run a simulation in batch mode where at each time step some scalar scenes are saved to a file.

The format of my command is something like : starccm file.sim queue_name #Number_Processors batch

I realized that the scalar scenes aren't saved after each time step and that I have to have them physically open for it to happen, which kills the advantages of batch..
Is there a solution to this?

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Hi Maximilian,

are you sure you checked "enable" and "save to file" under Attributes/Update of your scene?

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Hi Maximilian,

are you sure you checked "enable" and "save to file" under Attributes/Update of your scene?

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Yes I did
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