|November 13, 2015, 09:09||
User Junction Box in CFX: Example 1 from the Solver Modeling Guide
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I am having troubles implementing the Junction Box Example 1: Profile Boundary Condition from the Solver Modeling Guide. Maybe someone has had this problem as well.
How can I add parameters to the variable USER (p.591 in pdf for Relase 16.2)?
What I have tried is using the cfx5cmds on the *.def File to create the ccl file. Then I can edit it with an editor and import it in CFX-Pre.
After that I have a symbol USER in my outline, that I can edit.
Is that the correct way?
My Problem is the following:
When I add this line(as in the guide): Input File = C:\Data\u_profile.dat
it gives the error:
Operation failed. (System exception: ModelRulesImpl::getParam - param not found in object USER: Input File)
It doesnt give an error if I choose a different Name like "Data File", but I think it must be Input File.
Once I enable the junction box in the Solver Control it gives the following error:
ERROR #001100279 has occurred in subroutine ErrAction. |
| Message: |
| Signal caught: Segmentation violation |
| ERROR #001100279 has occurred in subroutine ErrAction. |
| Message: |
| Stopped in routine FPX: SIG_HANDLER |
And if I dissable it, the solver crashes even though I am not using my Routine.
I have used a Junction Box Routine in Example 3: Timestep Control successfully. But that example doesnt use an external data file.
What am I doing wrong?
Thanks in advance for any tips or advice.
P.S. My System is Ansys CFX 16.2 on Win7 64bit
|March 26, 2016, 10:13||
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if you choose to write the lines into the CCL File such as the followings, and then it gives the error, I recommend you to enter the lines into the Command Editor dialog box(as the guide says), then press the "process" button to see if there still exists the error.
# Location of external inlet profiles.
Input File = /home/user/u_profile.dat
# Printing control. First character should be Y or N
User Printing = Yes
PS: I just also read the junction box routine chapter, but cannot find any input files, models or datas involved in the examples under the directory of Ansys\v*\cfx, could you tell me where to find the files?
|May 26, 2016, 04:22||
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I would love to know if someone else also encountered and solved this problem. I had been using CFX 15.0 up until last week where I defined it similarly as OP:
USER: Input File = /home/etc/file.dat END
|May 26, 2016, 10:40||
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Unfortunately, the parameters under USER: cannot be duplicates of parameters already used by the software.
I do not recall if the user interface gives any warning about the reserved names for those parameters.
Hope the above helps,
|data input, user junction box|
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