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Old   April 26, 2013, 10:23
Default How to automaticly start simulation
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I work on simulation of 2-way flow control valve. My boundary conditions is static pressure at inlet and outlet. I expect getting mass flow trough the valve. I do this in stady state so I know the result is correct if pressure inside the valve is satysfing (I know what value of this pressure should be)
Unfourtunately every time when inside pressure is incorrect, or to change inlet/outlet pressure I have to change position of the piston.
I would like to make several files with several series (every with diffrent parameters). My question:

How to make Ansys to start next file automaticly after first is done?

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