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Tony December 29, 2004 16:49

Starting the CFX-solver from the command line
 
Hi, everyone,

I am trying to run cfx from command line, this is my command:

cfx5solve -def R1.def -ini R1_001.res -double -batch

I can get the result, but I don't know how to make solver "interplate initial values onto Def file mesh", which is very simple in cfx-solver manager. There is a check box for this option.


James Date December 31, 2004 08:04

Re: Starting the CFX-solver from the command line
 
I know you can re-start using the command line, but like you i have yet to find a flag in the manual which interpolates the results.

Happy New Year... January 1, 2005 21:03

Re: Starting the CFX-solver from the command line
 
Try creating a simple text file with:

EXECUTION CONTROL:

RUN DEFINITION:

Interpolate Initial Values = Yes

END

END

Then, from the command line

cfx5solve -ccl file_above -def ....

If the name of the parameter is incorrect, take a look at an output file created from the solver manager where the interpolation was selected..

Have a happy new year..


Tony January 3, 2005 16:59

Re: Starting the CFX-solver from the command line
 
Thanks.


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