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These settings are used to specify the times during the filling phase, or packing phase, at which you want the solver to output regular and/or profiled intermediate results.
Note For a reactive analysis, the packing phase settings relating to the curing phase of the analysis.
Regular intermediate results are used in the animation of contour results over time and in the display of XY plots of a variable against time. Profiled intermediate results are used in the display or animation of certain results as a function of normalized thickness, that is, through the thickness of the part.
The following three options are provided for the regular intermediate results and the profiled intermediate results respectively:
Select this option if you do not want the solver to output this type of intermediate result. Note that this will restrict the range of post-processing options that will be available to you.
- Write at constant intervals
Select this option to instruct the solver to output a fixed number of sets of intermediate results at regularly spaced intervals. Increasing the value will increase the number of animation frames available when animating certain results through time, but will also increase the disk space requirements for the analysis.
- Write at specified times
Select this option if you want to enter specific times at which you want the solver to output sets of intermediate results. For example, you may know the time at which the gate freezes and want the solver to output more animation frames at times close to that event.