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Old   May 22, 2017, 03:11
Default initialization in CFX and FLuent
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Hello everyone

I am a user of CFX. I need to use Fluent for some problem.I have a question regarding the difference in initialization in CFX and FLUENT. What settings need to be used so that both fluent has same initialization as CFX. Thank You

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In CFX-Pre, this is a 'initialization' tab under your domain. In Fluent, this is 'solution initialization' section at the left tree. Select 'standard initialization' in Fluent and specify the same values by hand as what you have in CFX. Please tell whether this is sufficient for your problem or not.
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