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Old   November 2, 2005, 16:54
Default The text comand format for "write-profile"
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Mohammad Kazemi
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Does anyone know how I can use the "write-profile" command in a single command line. I tried the following format but it did not work:

write-profile filename profile_name x-velocity

I could not find the correct format for this command in Fluent Manual!

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Old   November 7, 2005, 08:22
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Try the follwing journal. It is important to include the blank line after the surface name. The "yes" is only needed if the file "test.pro" already exists.

//file/write-profile test.pro yes surface_name

x-velocity q

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