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    Getting ANSYS 14 Fluent, Windows 8.1 and VS2013 to compile UDFs

    Thank you trollreign. It was very useful. you have saved a lot of times of people. Just wanted to update and share my experience and help others who feel like a beginner like myself . I am using Workbench v18.1. I was trying to model 3ddp parallel a 2 stroke scavenging which ansys has a tutorial for. To make the story short the udf file which was created in 2006 didn't work with 64bit error and as it was recommended, I installed free version of visual studio community 17 from Microsoft (before starting installation I checked all the boxes which were relevant, and installing space was about 30 GB). I didn't change any environmental variable. In my start menu I followed "Visual Studio 17 > Visual Studio Tools > VC > x86_x64 cross tool Command Prompt". In the VC folder, there were 3 other cmd options which didn't work. make sure you select x86_x64. then in the cmd window I navigated to my working folder and copied the fluent luncher address after it. the command line looked like this which the "new run with sdk" is my working folder: E:\Ansys files\2 stroke\Fluent\new run with sdk>"C:\Program Files\ANSYS Inc\v181
    \fluent\fluent18.1.0\launcher\win64\launcher1.exe" . In the launcher, I selected 3d, double precision, and 10 cores, started fluent, compiled the default .c udf file (which was in the same working folder), built the library and finally it was loaded successfully. Even better, in cmd window I started my workbench project file (which contain my fluent component). The workbench opened and started the fluent from there like always and I could successfully load the library. I hope it works for you too.
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    Posted February 14, 2018 at 18:56 by nima_nzm nima_nzm is offline
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    useful udf ! thanks to macfly

    can you explain what is this

    thanks a lot
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    Posted January 25, 2018 at 03:44 by tufygo tufygo is offline

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