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Old   March 14, 2014, 06:10
Question reading profiles as input parameters?
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I have a doubt, I have a fournace with different input fuels, and I want to know wich is better.

I want to set some profiles (the whole profile( some experimental data I have) as input parameter, the profiles have inside matrix with x y z CO H N Vel (how fuels descompose).

So I would be able to compare the results (level of pollutant of each fuel), my idea is something like this: read1(read profile1); read2(read profile2); readn(read profile n)..

My input parameter should be read,and changing the value of read 1,2,3....n in workbench, it would be posible to comapre them.

Now I can read it one by one in Fluent, with File/Read/Profile.. but, is it posible to set them as input parameter with scheme programming?

Thank you all for your help
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