|August 30, 2013, 21:30||
Fluent Line Command
Join Date: Aug 2013
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I am trying to set up boundary conditions via the command line (want to replicate the conditions shown in the jpeg file attachment) ....
define/boundary-conditions/velocity-inlet inlet_2 no no no no
I am trying to change the progress variable in the command line, but I am getting the following error,
define/boundary-conditions/velocity-inlet (inlet_1 inlet_2)
inlet_2 no no no You must select one of the Velocity Specification Method options.
Velocity Specification Method: Components [no] it Please answer y[es] or n[o].
Please answer y[es] or n[o].
Please answer y[es] or n[o].d: Components [no] file/stop-journal
Velocity Specification Method: Components [no] /exit Please answer y[es] or n[o].
Reference Frame: Absolute [yes] Use Profile for Supersonic/Initial Gauge Pressure? [no] Supersonic/Initial Gauge Pressure (pascal)  Use Profile for Axial-Velocity? [no] Axial-Velocity (m/s)  Use Profile for Radial-Velocity? [no] Radial-Velocity (m/s)  Turbulent Specification Method: K and Omega [yes] Use Profile for Turbulent Kinetic Energy? [no] Turbulent Kinetic Energy (m2/s2)  Use Profile for Specific Dissipation Rate? [no] Specific Dissipation Rate (1/s)  Use Profile for Progress Variable? [no] Progress Variable  Use Profile for Progress Variable Variance? [no] Progress Variable Variance  Use Profile for Mean Mixture Fraction? [no] Mean Mixture Fraction  Use Profile for Mixture Fraction Variance? [no] Mixture Fraction Variance 
> Halting due to end of file on input.
I would appreciate any help in trying to describe the velocity inlet via the command line
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