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Can load steps solve problem with diff. parameter
 
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shailendra.kumar.gupta
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 24, 2015 11:26 pm  Reply with quote

I am solving a problem for magnetic analysis due to current carrying coil in rectangular iron core (using race track coil). I have defined current and no. of turns as parameter(using *Dm command) and solved ( using MAGSOLV,3 command) as load step 1 then, I edited the parameters with new values and solve the problem as load step 2. The solution in both the load step are exactly same. Could anyone trouble shoot what mistake I am making. I there any Post processing error or error in giving solve command. I need to draw graph using both result. Thank you for any time invested.[/b]
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 02, 2015 2:59 am  Reply with quote

The problem has been solved by editing the parameter in the log file and saving with other name. to run the problem with some different parameter I read the edited file at the starting and stored result on to a path that is saved in form of file. For drawing curve taking different result I just needed to retrieve the path and map the result on the path containing the previus result. It worked. For any further information/doubt do reply.
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