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Old   February 20, 2011, 06:13
Default How to have multiple simulations in one Fluid Flow (CFX) study?
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Hello all,

I've been performing simulations on the same set of geometry but with different boundary conditions. So far, I've been doing this by adding several standalone studies in Workbench, setting up and geometry and mesh for each one and then configuring the boundary conditions. I've been trying to find out how to incorporate all this into one study so that they can share the mesh and geometry. I've noticed that in CFX-Pre, I can add multiple Analyses to the Simulation node and and setup the different boundary conditions there. Although this seems to simulate without errors, I can only see the results of the first Analysis in the list in CFD-Post.

What am I missing?


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