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Old   July 17, 2017, 09:58
Default Starting Fluent in batch mode using Workbench
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Hello everyone,

I want to start Fluent in batch mode using Workbench. According to the ANSYS Documentation (https://www.sharcnet.ca/Software/Ans..._launcher.html) this should be possible.

At the beginning I start Workbench in batch mode reading a Workbench Journal File containing the following code:

Code:
# encoding: utf-8
# Release 17.1
SetScriptVersion(Version="17.1.127")
system1 = GetSystem(Name="FFF")
setupComponent1 = system1.GetComponent(Name="Setup")
setupComponent1.Refresh()
setup1 = system1.GetContainer(ComponentName="Setup")
fluentLauncherSettings1 = setup1.GetFluentLauncherSettings()
fluentLauncherSettings1.SetEntityProperties(Properties=Set(DisplayText="Fluent Launcher-Einstellungen", Precision="Double", EnvPath={}, RunParallel=True, NumberOfProcessors=4))
setup1.Edit()
setup1.SendCommand(Command='/file/read-journal "Journal.jou"')
Save(Overwrite=True)
The command setup1.Edit() starts Fluent with a GUI. Is there a way to avoid this?

Thank you very much in advance.
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Old   May 21, 2019, 18:53
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Originally Posted by Gottkanzler View Post
Hello everyone,

I want to start Fluent in batch mode using Workbench. According to the ANSYS Documentation (https://www.sharcnet.ca/Software/Ans..._launcher.html) this should be possible.

At the beginning I start Workbench in batch mode reading a Workbench Journal File containing the following code:

Code:
# encoding: utf-8
# Release 17.1
SetScriptVersion(Version="17.1.127")
system1 = GetSystem(Name="FFF")
setupComponent1 = system1.GetComponent(Name="Setup")
setupComponent1.Refresh()
setup1 = system1.GetContainer(ComponentName="Setup")
fluentLauncherSettings1 = setup1.GetFluentLauncherSettings()
fluentLauncherSettings1.SetEntityProperties(Properties=Set(DisplayText="Fluent Launcher-Einstellungen", Precision="Double", EnvPath={}, RunParallel=True, NumberOfProcessors=4))
setup1.Edit()
setup1.SendCommand(Command='/file/read-journal "Journal.jou"')
Save(Overwrite=True)
The command setup1.Edit() starts Fluent with a GUI. Is there a way to avoid this?

Thank you very much in advance.
Hi Gottkanzler,
Did you manage to solve this problem? I am also facing the same problem. I tried (Interactive=false). But no success.
If you solved this issue, please let me know.
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Old   June 25, 2019, 11:37
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Hi Gottkanzler,
Did you manage to solve this problem? I am also facing the same problem. I tried (Interactive=false). But no success.
If you solved this issue, please let me know.
akiras you are correct in that passing the keyworded argument "Interactive" should start Fluent in batch mode.

Python Booleans are capitalized hence should be:

Code:
FluentContainer0.Edit( Interactive = False )
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