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Old   April 20, 2004, 03:50
Default batch file script to run unsteady flow (les)
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I need a batch file to run an unsteady simulation using LES in fluent. I would like to start with a steady state case and data file using some simple turbulence model, say k-e.

Then I would like to start the unsteady analysis for a certain time period using a specified time step.

Then I would zero out the initial statistics and start the actual unsteady analysis using some time step for a certain number of time steps and also enabling data sampling, so that I can see the mean values.

Thanks for your help.

Andi
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