Is there a way to automatically export the resulting mesh from a non-converged mesh. For example: If I have a problem where I have ten time steps and it fails to converge on step 9 is it possible to export the results from 1-8 automatically. I currently have a second comm file that reads the results of my base files and then writes the time steps out. I was wondering if there is a way to automate this.
old post, short answer : if you put a database as result in your profile ("base" or "bhdf" type in astk gui) the results should be saved in case of non convergence.
Code_Aster release : last unstable on Ubuntu 16.04 64 bits - GNU Compilers
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Thank you for your response. If I understand you correctly... I can place a base result in my astk file and then it will save the results of my analysis. How do I write those results out to a med results file (rmed). I've since lost the method to revive the results but if I remember correctly it was something like change the base file into a data type file and then rerun the analysis and scale back the time_step. So two questions:
1.) Is there another way to do this (or is this way even correct)?
2.) Is there a way to automatically create a med file from the failed results without having to make changes to the astk/comm file?
What I usually do is to use python :
this way if aster chokes on STAT_NON_LINE it will anyway proceed to calc_* and impr_resu commands, and I get back what was computed so far.