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Dear collegues ! I have a huge datasets on the output of my parallel computations. So I decided that most efficient way to store computation results is to save each flow field parameter in separate ordered .plt files, load multiple files and add new flow parameters in tecplot on demand. But I don't know how to implement this method. For now I have my own fortran subroutine that saves flow parameter in a *.plt file, and I can open each of generated files separately, but when I'm trying to open several files in one tecplot session by adding new flow parameter to already opened one I recieve an error that the file I'm trying to add do not have as many variables as in already opened. Note that mesh coordinates are stored separately either, and when I'm opening flow parameter data file it occures to have 3 additional variables beside actual flow parameter: I,J,K , which I did not intend to write into the file. Maybe someone faced this kind of problem ? Maybe there is some another technique I should use ? Any help appreciated, thank you in advance !
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