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Jake Lee February 7, 2003 17:18

Running FLUENT in batch mode for Windows OS
 
Can't seem to locate the instructions on how to do just that. Any advice will be appreciated.

Thanks.

jkl February 8, 2003 05:14

Re: Running FLUENT in batch mode for Windows OS
 

Jake Lee February 8, 2003 09:24

Re: Running FLUENT in batch mode for Windows OS
 
jkl,

i can't read your message, can you repost?

thx

jake

jkl February 8, 2003 12:03

Re: Running FLUENT in batch mode for Windows OS
 
I'm sorry I was just reading your one, And I didn't meant to any new message, anyway as far as I know when you want to run Fluent in Batch under Windows OS, you just launch it from the dos prompt as you would on a Unix Machine, except you can't write the outfile, i.e:

fluent version -g -i Journal.jou

And fluent will execute what's written in the journal. When you run fluent in such a way the option -g doesn't eliminate the gui but reduce it to icon, as you can read tipying fluent -help from your command window. I haven't already found a way to make fluent exoprt the output to a specofied file. PS: Don't forget to add Fluent directory to your path.

Best Regards,

Jkl.

Jake Lee February 8, 2003 13:38

Re: Running FLUENT in batch mode for Windows OS
 
jkl,

will try that, thx.

jake

ali_me84 June 27, 2009 00:41

hi there
 
I want to execute Fluent in batch mode in XP,I want to have Cl and Cd as a result(file),but I have not any output file,I can only run my journal file by this command :
fluent 2d -g -i tast.jou
Please tell me how can I have output file(Cl & Cd).
please help me as soon as possible.



Quote:

Originally Posted by jkl
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I'm sorry I was just reading your one, And I didn't meant to any new message, anyway as far as I know when you want to run Fluent in Batch under Windows OS, you just launch it from the dos prompt as you would on a Unix Machine, except you can't write the outfile, i.e:

fluent version -g -i Journal.jou

And fluent will execute what's written in the journal. When you run fluent in such a way the option -g doesn't eliminate the gui but reduce it to icon, as you can read tipying fluent -help from your command window. I haven't already found a way to make fluent exoprt the output to a specofied file. PS: Don't forget to add Fluent directory to your path.

Best Regards,

Jkl.



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