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Continue my simulation from where it stopped

Continue my simulation from where it stopped

Continue my simulation from where it stopped

(OP)
Hi,

I was running a simulation but my computer restarted and the job is not completed. How can I continue my job from where it stopped? I did try to troubleshoot but while doing so got some errors. What are the proper steps to make my model run from where it stopped? Thank you in advance.

RE: Continue my simulation from where it stopped

If you requested restart output to be written during the course of your analysis you can continue your analysis from the most recent restart point. This is covered in detail in the documentation.

If you didn't request restart output you may have to start over.

RE: Continue my simulation from where it stopped

(OP)
Oh ok, I was a bit confused on that, now it's clear. Thank you.

RE: Continue my simulation from where it stopped

there's a section in the user's manual that covers the options:

Abaqus Analysis User's Guide -> Analysis Techniques -> Analysis Continuation Techniques -> Restarting an Analysis

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