June 6, 2022 at 8:33 amFAQParticipant
When saving a file, if you add a specific parameter to the file name, it is possible to give a file name according to the number of steps/iterations of the data file being read. This can be a useful feature in post-processing transient calculations for example. The available parameters are as follows: %i: Number of iterations %t: Time the number of steps %f: Analysis Time [s] In addition, you can set the number of digits following the total number of digits and decimal point by entering a number in between % and the character. Example: Saving the speed contours at 0.1 sec as an image file (.tif), velocity-%5.3f.tif outputs the image file with a name velocity-0.100.tif.
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