July 22, 2019 at 12:13 pmChris1opherSubscriber
I am simulating a reaction in a pipe.
At first I run a steady-state simulation without the reaction so the flow and the temperature is already set.
After the steady-state simulation I switch to transient mode and run the simulation with the reaction.
I save the data after every timestep, but the timestep 0 ist not saved in the transient simulation.
The first saved timestep is 1 when I look at the .dat files.
I can export the solution after the steady state, but I need to create an animation.
For that purpose I need to have the timestep 0 in the same data row as the other timesteps.
Is there any possibility to get the timestep 0 when there is a transient simulation after a steady-state simulation?
July 22, 2019 at 12:17 pmRobAnsys Employee
You could save manually immediately after switching to transient.
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