Can I post process .bak file without mesh. I have a number of .bak files created from a transient simulation that unfortunately crashed before if created a .res file. They would like to know is they can combine these with the geometry from the .def file as he has another long transient run solving that he would rather not stop to generate a .res file Is this possible? how?
Tagged: 17.2, cfd-post, fluid-dynamics, General
April 5, 2023 at 2:32 pmFAQParticipant
You will need to concatenate the def and bak and redirect to another file (combined.res), which can then be post processed in CFD Post example: windows: copy filename.def+filename.bak filename.res linux: cat filename.def filename.bak > filename.res
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