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Old   February 4, 2011, 06:34
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I want to start a transient fluent case as a batch job on a SGE Cluster.
The usual command to submit a steady state case is "flntsub"
therefore I make input for the number of iterations etc. However, the case is set up transient (sliding mesh).When I run it at home, I see each time step iterating down, but at the cluster I just see the whole number of iterations going down (the iterations I had to type into the command window)

So, has anybody an idea, how the command should look like, to submit the job as transient?

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Old   February 4, 2011, 08:20
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..I think it takes a script, written for fluent.
I googled for it but havenīt found one yet

has anyone a suggestion where I can find such a script? (I think this would be a standard script)
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