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Old   June 2, 2009, 11:44
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Folks,
I have 20 cases I need to post process
I need area-weighted data on specific surfaces.
The thread ID is not always the same but the surface name is

I would like to use a TUI script to do this

I got as far as..

report/s-i/awa

it then asks for the surface ids with the prompt

surface id(1) [()]


It seems to accept [SurfaceName] as text

but then I cant seem to terminate the list

Do I give it [()]??


Any help is appreciated

Thanks
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Seems that all you need to do is give a list of names but...
If a surface name is something like

inlet-1
inlet-2

Fluents scheme parser tries to get cute and the script fails

Change them to
ibc-1
ibc-2

and it seems to work

Should we start a poll on how much we all hate the scheme language!!
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Folks,
I have 20 cases I need to post process
I need area-weighted data on specific surfaces.
The thread ID is not always the same but the surface name is

I would like to use a TUI script to do this

I got as far as..

report/s-i/awa

it then asks for the surface ids with the prompt

surface id(1) [()]


It seems to accept [SurfaceName] as text

but then I cant seem to terminate the list

Do I give it [()]??


Any help is appreciated

Thanks
- Andy R
Here you can find my surface monitor scheme command in which I terminated the cell zone list by ()

solve monitors volume set-monitor vol-avg-iter "Volume-Average" udm-25 zone-a zone-b zone-c () yes 1 yes no 1


I think you can use () to terminate your surface name list.

Good luck...
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