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Old   March 20, 2010, 18:01
Default CFX FSI From the Command Line
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Hello All,

I'm trying to run ANSYS CFX on Linux using the command line. I'm able to run CFX SS simulations without any difficulties. The problem comes when I try to run ANSYS Multi-field (FSI) simulations. This is an example of my command line:

/usr/local/.../CFX/bin/cfx5solve -def CM.def -initial CM_SS_001.res -ansys-input Solid.inp

As you can see I have to explicitly define cfx5solve path. The problem is when I run this in the command line I get an error saying that there is no ANSYS license, but when I run this through the CFX Solver I don't get this error! Do I need to explicitly define the path of the ANSYS solver somehow? Or is there something else? Thanks in advance!
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