Session files in CFD-Post are simple to create and they can modified according to your needs. Refer:
CFD-Post Session Menu
As a simple example, say you want to create 100 XY planes along the length of a tube (i.e., along the Z-axis). Creating one XY plane is easy, however, 100 planes is not an easy task, specifically if you want to extract information out of all the generated planes. To simplify this process, you record and save a session file by creating one XY plane. Once the first plane is created, you stop the session file. At this point, you can edit the session file with notepad++ or notepad and add a "for loop" to create 100 planes. You can be really creative about editing the session file and actually achieve a lot of things using this feature.
In your case since, you already have the two session files: (i) to create 361 points in a circular pattern around the top cylinder, and (ii) to extract data out of the 361 points and tabulate it. All you got to do is to edit the session files by changing the "x" and "y" coordinate points for the top cylinder. If you have to create points around the bottom cylinder, change the "xOrigin" and "yOrigin" in the session files as well. The basis for first session file was to create 361 points in a circular pattern centered around the (xOrigin, yOrigin) points. The second session file was straightforward extracting data from the generated points.