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Old   May 3, 2006, 04:12
Default setting boundary condition in journal file
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Mazyar
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Hello.

Thanks for your interest in reading my question:

I am new in using journal files. I am using FLUENT in Windows, and I used the sample of journal file in the manual and I could apply it in my case file easily. But when I wanted to set/change the velocity magnitude in velocity-inlet BC I dont know how to that; I tried this but it didnt work: . . ; setting the velocity to 2m/s /boundary-conditions/velocity-inlet vi 2 . .

Any idea? how can I set the turbulence intensity in this boundary type too?

Thanks, Maz
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Old   May 3, 2006, 19:08
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Peter
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Maz,

It is just so much easier to setup your case and then write a simple journal file for submitting jobs in batch mode.
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