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Old   March 18, 2016, 22:29
Default implementing UDF for fluent in workbench for running multiple simulations
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Hi everybody,

I am trying to run multiple simulations with a udf for fluent in workbench. The basic idea is to prepare one model, duplicate it and change the boundary conditions. Then, it can be run by clicking the update button and Ansys will perform all the simulations one by one. But when I use the udf it does not work. always gives the error. But if I open Fluent, compile the udf (also I have to compile udf everytime I open Fluent and delete the old libudf folder) then it works. Can you suggest what I might be doing wrong? or can do to solve this problem. I launch workbench using Microsoft SDK CMD shell command prompt.

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