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Old   February 25, 2008, 14:02
Default Expert parameter to stop the fluid flow simulation
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after completing the single phase transient simulation, I want to use this single phase flow field to track the solid particles. I was thinking to use this single phase flow field in steady state simulation.

I got some nice suggestions 1) to specify the total number of iterations as 0 OR 2) to stop the fluid flow field simulation with the help of expert parameters.

I am wondering which expert parameter other than 'solve fluids' also should be changed to stop solving the fluid flow field. I am not solving heat transfer.

Please suggest,

Regards, KK
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Old   February 25, 2008, 17:29
Default Re: Expert parameter to stop the fluid flow simula
Glenn Horrocks
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The full list of options available to turn equations solvers off are on pages 429-431 of the CFX Modelling Manual. You will need to turn any of these off (except particles, of course) which you have turned on.

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