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Old   March 31, 2009, 11:20
Default Transient case running with a super computer
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Dear CFD experts!

I am trying to run a Fluent case with a super computer.
I can access to a super computer with a cygwin X.
The problem is a transient case stops when it converged even if it does not finished a specified iteration.
It seems it is treated as a steady case.
I am using the following command in the X window. (Interactive way is not allowed in a super computer. I have to submit my case to the waiting list)

runfluent casename 3d

For a case file, I set it as a transient case.
It seems that there is a command for running a transient case.
Could you kindly let me know how I can run a transient case?

Thank you for reading!
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