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TUI commands for running a Transient simulation in ANSYS FLUENT

Posted February 18, 2013 at 10:22 by diamondx

The TUI command solve/iterate 100 just iterates 100 more iterations. This is used for running steady simulations.

Use the following commands for running a transient simulation:

solve/set/time-step 1e-2 ( for setting the time step size)

solve/dual-time-iterate 100 40 ( 100 is the number of time steps and 40 is the iterations per time steps)
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    Thanks a lot
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    Posted May 15, 2014 at 12:37 by Azy Azy is offline
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    Hello,

    Does anyone know the TUI command to run a pseudo-transient simulation in ANSYS Fluent?
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    Posted January 17, 2017 at 13:07 by Ekta J Ekta J is offline
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    How to save following data for every step of every 5th-time step?

    Thank you
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    Posted June 7, 2017 at 18:47 by raunakjung raunakjung is offline
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    @raunakjung
    /file/auto-save/data-frequency 5
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    Posted August 27, 2018 at 03:33 by szudi szudi is offline
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    Thanks for this post. It really helps me while scripting for transient simulation. But when I try to run a simulation in supercomputer it really took a longer time than usual with 64ncpus. Is there any solution for that?

    I don't even understand why it took such a long time in supercomputer.
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    Posted November 2, 2019 at 04:03 by mohanty.shuvam4 mohanty.shuvam4 is offline
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    Originally Posted by mohanty.shuvam4 View Comment
    Thanks for this post. It really helps me while scripting for transient simulation. But when I try to run a simulation in supercomputer it really took a longer time than usual with 64ncpus. Is there any solution for that?

    I don't even understand why it took such a long time in supercomputer.
    hi, did u get a solution for this
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    Posted February 7, 2022 at 02:52 by vivek123 vivek123 is offline
 

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