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Old   May 2, 2002, 03:27
Default Connection between a geometry file and the solver
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Once you've set the geometry and mesh in "Build", it closes and you go to set boundary conditions in "pre-processing". But after this has been done, when I run it, I got a message: "There are no command files in the current directory". Thus how do you "connect" the geometry file you've created (or an exixting one) to the solver? Thanks
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Old   May 2, 2002, 09:42
Default Re: Connection between a geometry file and the sol
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I'll assume that you're using CFX-4. Under the pre-process menu click on "Run Setup". After this you'll start to create your own command file. A command and a geometry file are necessary for the CFX-4 Solver works. Sometimes you can even create simple meshes under a simple command file.
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