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Old   May 27, 2009, 02:44
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hi to all. how can i define water as material and boundary condition in text command? any example? thank you.
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Old   May 27, 2009, 03:00
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basically, you can figure out the TUI commands by yourself.
In the Fluent command window, press return and you will see all available commands (the same that are given in the top command menu).
Now, for defining materials type "define" and you come to the next level. Type "return" again and you will see all available commands in this menu (e.g. define materials or define BC) ... and so on.

So, you can navigate by yourself to the desired settings. Take care, some commands are not at the same place as like in GUI.

Now, use the same commands in your journal file.

See for example:

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