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Old   August 17, 2014, 14:40
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Dear all,

I am a beginner user of ansys fluent
i can't launch it from workbench
as i can't find it either at component systems or analysis systems
how can i solve this problem ?

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Old   August 17, 2014, 15:38
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It could be that the Ansys installation that you have does not include a licence for Fluent. It is the only option I see, but I don't have much experience with the workbench environment. I always start Fluent directly, for example through the windows start menu, is that something you can do?
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can you locate fluent from start menu > run command?
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Old   August 18, 2014, 02:21
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Thanks For Your Reply

i can launch it directly but i begin to use program from 2 days from tutorial
and feel confused while using fluent directly

so could i all the time depend on fluent without help of workbench and load mesh from gambit (for example) directly ?
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i can launch it directly but i begin to use program from 2 days from tutorial
and feel confused while using fluent directly

so could i all the time depend on fluent without help of workbench and load mesh from gambit (for example) directly ?
with gambit you save the mesh into a file ".msh" then you can read it from Fluent.
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It is the problem associated with serial key.. Are you facing this problem from the very first use? If yes, then you have to re-install your serial key.. otherwise go to the ANSYS licence manager(Server ANSLIC_ADMIN Utility), open it as administrator , then first STOP the ANSYS licence manager(probably 6th option) and after that START it.. restart your system.. try to open workbench..Hope it will work
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