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Old   May 26, 2013, 22:19
Question How can I track the progress of FLUENT when running ANSYS System Coupling
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I am using the "System Coupling" module in ANSYS Workbench 14.5 for fluid-structure interaction simulation. I am coupling FLUENT and “Transient Structural”.
As you know, when "System Coupling" is running, both FLUENT and “Transient Structural” is called by "System Coupling" and run in background mode. Therefore, I cannot view the details about FLUENT, such as the residual curve of continuity equation and momentum equation, the monitor curve, etc.
I am looking forward to a solution to resolve this issue.
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You can open Fluent before starting the System Coupling run so it runs in interactive mode.
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