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Combine Parametric Solutions Computed Separately

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Hello, Is there a way to combine two parametric solutions of different frequency ranges, solved separately into a single parametric solution?

I was computing an Acoustics Boundary Element Parametric Solution via COMSOL 6.1 with Matlab. Midway through the solution, I lost connection to the server and the model stopped solving and the project auto-saved.

One third octave frequencies 100-1250 solved and were contained in the save file; however, frequencies 1600-8000 were still yet to be solved.

So my question, am I able to solve for 1600-8000 and then combine the two separate solutions into a single solution? This is mainly so that I can stay organized and not have extra files with partial solutions.


1 Reply Last Post 2023年6月28日 GMT-4 05:21
Magnus Ringh COMSOL Employee

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Posted: 12 months ago 2023年6月28日 GMT-4 05:21

Hi Michael,

It seems like you should be able to use a Combine Solutions node, where you can concatenate solutions from two other parametric studies, for example.

Best regards,

Magnus

Hi Michael, It seems like you should be able to use a **Combine Solutions** node, where you can concatenate solutions from two other parametric studies, for example. Best regards, Magnus

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