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harry July 5, 2010 07:10

How can I convert GUI journal to TUI journal
 
Hi All,
Through fluent windows interface, I can readily record a GUI journal. How can convert this journal to TUI journal that required in a batch simulation in linux?
I would appreciate your suggestions.
Best regards,
Harry

harry July 5, 2010 10:31

Or how can I utilize windows to setup fluent case file on linux

-mAx- July 6, 2010 02:14

you can create a journal file from Fluent:
before setting your case, go to file/write/start journal...
Then set up your case, once you are finished, go to file/write/stop journal...
Fluent should write everything you did in a journal file, which you can now read...
hope it helps

harry July 6, 2010 02:18

I can only use TUI model in linux. So a GUI journal is not working.

magicalmarshmallow December 4, 2013 14:48

BUMP!

I'm having the same problem. I need to generate some results pretty quick. I've only 2 cases to run, but they're too big for my local computer so I have to use a Linux HPC cluster in Batch mode.

Creating a GUI journal file is easy - File>Write>Start Journal......."set boundary conditons etc etc"....File>Write>Stop Journal

Does anyone know how to turn this GUI journal file into one which can be used in the TUI?

Zaktatir December 4, 2013 15:02

check the cx commands and try to translate manually to native TUI commands

magicalmarshmallow December 4, 2013 16:50

If I set FLUENT up and Initialise the solution using the GUI, then save the case and data. Can I then, in my journal file, just read in the case and data and solve? Do I need to set materials and boundary conditions, add materials etc using the TUI?

Zaktatir December 4, 2013 17:28

1-yes.

2-No.


From self trying one learn much faster..


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