|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.
|June 27, 2009, 00:41||
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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.
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