|January 21, 2010, 11:18||
Run simulation from command line
Join Date: Jan 2010
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I am a relatively new user of STAR-CCM+. The OP of my machine is Windows 64-bit.
I would like to run simulations from batch, but am having trouble doing so. The .sim file opens in batch but does not run.
Here is my .bat file:
cd c:/Program Files\CDadapco\STAR-CCM+ 4.06.011
echo %date% - %time% - START > log.txt
starccm+ -server -batch Sim.sim
echo %date% - %time% - COMPLETE >> log.txt
If anyone could help me with the proper syntax in the batch file, I would be appreciative.
|January 21, 2010, 12:34||
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Austin, TX
Posts: 99Rep Power: 7
You do not need the "-server" flag when you are running in batch. If you just run "starccm+ -batch Sim.sim" then it will run until completion and then save the file.
You only need the -server flag if you want to just start a server, and then connect to it later.
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