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samane_81 February 6, 2013 10:35

I know it's a beginner question but I don't know a lot about cfx,then sorry for bothering you with such question!and appreciat any answer!
I don't know how I can write a ccl for exporting data?I mean I want to have pressure,mach number,etc versus geometry(x,y,z) but when I usede the same command as the help it has some erorrs in giving parametes

ghorrocks February 6, 2013 17:20

CCL cannot export data.

If you want to export at a point put in a monitor point and export it from the solver manager. If you want to export regions then do it in CFD-Post.

samane_81 February 16, 2013 08:13

hi dear ghorrock
your answer was so helpful,really appreciate your help. I have one more question that might be easy for you but not for me. I want to change a simple geometry (for example a diverging duct) and solve the updated geometry by cfx again and again to get the especial result(for example I want the pressure in whole region greater than 2mpa) and I don't know how to do it.
I have another question too,I can't record the process of meshing( default cfx meshing) and it says due to a batch operation,I don't know's might the cause of this fact that I couldn't select mesh steps. I just know that I don't know!:-)).thank again for your time

samane_81 February 16, 2013 08:24

sorry I have another primary question too!I want to know session files are just usable in setup and solver?or session files can be written in mesh or solver or geometry?

ghorrocks February 17, 2013 04:58

* Using simulation results to adapt geometry - this is done using the optimisation stuff in workbench.
* Batch operation of CFX mesh - this cannot be batched. But it is parameterised inside workbench so you can run long lists of simulations or optimisation or lots of other stuff inside workbench.
* Session files are used in CFX-Pre and CFD-Post. The solver uses CCL and command line options. But again, all this can be automated in Workbench.

So I think the answer to your question is to use Workbench to run the optimisation/batching stuff. Have a look at the Wrkbench optimsation.

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