Posted Mon, 16 Jan 2017 06:44:31 GMT by David Agacija
Hi all,

is there a way to connect two separate .res11 files into a single one? In particular case one covers period between years 2000. and 2008. and another period between 2009. and 2016.  Thanks in advance.

Best regards
Posted Tue, 24 Jan 2017 18:19:45 GMT by Craig Goodier Principal Engineer
Try opening the first .res11, then use File|add...  and select the next .res11 file.  It doesn't join them permanently, but you can view the results together.
Posted Wed, 25 Jan 2017 10:45:09 GMT by Aurelian
Hi Agacija,

The simple answer is no. There is no tool that merges two res11 files and generates only one file with the content of both files (as far as I know). But, there is a more complex answer , too. You have two options, depending on the context:
1. As Craiggoo said, you can load both files in Mike View and make some plots an so on using information from both files.
2. You can add results of your simulation to an existing result file. This can be done by open the Simulation (*.sim11) file, go to "Simulation" tab, at the section "Initial Condition", for HD model select "Hotstart" as "Type of Condition" (the same for the modules AD, ST, RR). Now, you can select an existing RES11 file (in your case, the file which contains results from 2000 to 2008) and check the checkbox button "Add to file".  At this point, you can run the simulation for the next period (2009-2016). As you may observe, this solution is possible only if you have the model and data to run again the second period. Also, you may want to have a continuous time axis for your results, so the two periods should be right next to each other.


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