I have a hydraulic + mechanical system which works in 2 steps
First step takes 10s and is responsible for load-lifting
Then second step takes 10s and is responsible for load-lowering.
I am interested in the load lowering, and I wanted to bypass the first 10sec cost of computation.
I tried to work with experiment view + "use old final values" option , but it doesn't do the job.
With experiment view, I can stop and save the result as the lifting step is over, and then reload this state for further lowering step. But for that I had to set the lowering parameter.
As I am lazy, I wanted to know if I could load any result data for using them in the "use old final values".
Thank you for your advices
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when you use the feature "Settings" > "Set final values". You will set all the start values of the state variables to the end results of the previous simulation. Since by doing that you will overwrite parameters, you have the possibility to save the current parameter set, so that you can go back to it afterwards.
If you are using the Planar Mechanical library, take care that most submodels are not compatible with this option. To be able to use this option with this library you need to use the body with a variable number of ports PLMBOD00.
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I would like know to modify the inial conditions for the lifting.
For that I have to reset the initial conditions (and I don't want to use the "set final Values" option)
To be more accurate, I applied the "set final Values" after a lifting scenario which lifts a load at 8m. (from this points I could apply lowering scenario with height-start at 8m)
Now I need to lifts my load at 30m.
So I had to go back to my lifting scenario.
But when I start my lifting step, my load still starts at 8m, instead of 0
Hope I was clear
Thaks in advance
sorry for the delay on this one.
Your best take is to save experiments (parameters only) in each position which is of interest for you.
You should end with a collection of experimemts which corresponds to different states of your system.