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Old   August 21, 2003, 12:03
Default TASCflow Batch?
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Erich F.
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Is there a way of varying the massflow on an outlet boundary and running in a 'batch' mode for multiple points of operation? I know this is possible in CFX5.6, just was curious about TASCflow.

Thanks for any input.
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Old   August 22, 2003, 04:31
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I'm not sure but I think if you want to vary the massflow(multiple conditions, not continuous variation) on your outlet you should do it only on the bcf file, which is not easily accessed by a ASCII editor. I think you cannot do it in a straight way on the prm file.


But, what you can do is to create several bcf files (e.g. bcf1, bcf2, etc...) and then make a batch run using a single script(csh on unix or bat on Windows) file. This is piece of cake. Should be something like this...


copy bcf1 bcf tascflow3d copy out out1 copy res res1

copy bcf2 bcf tascflow3d copy out out2 copy res res2

and so on. . . If you don't make a copy at least of your res file, tascflow will automatically overwrite it.


Good luck! cfd guy
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Old   August 22, 2003, 08:55
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Thanks a lot!!! I will try this, I feel like I missed something obvious.
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