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Old   November 14, 2012, 11:40
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Is anyone familiar with how to setup a sequence of automated workbench simulations using fluent?
In particular, I am running a simulation analyzing flow losses through a gap in an internal combustion engine. I would like to incrementally decrease the gap height and repeat the simulation.
I have reviewed all of the information in the customer portal and I am fairly certain that I have to parameterize the gap value. However, all of the documents pertain to mechanical studies and parameter correlation. I am not interested in correlations. I would just like the simulation to run several times. I have m-files that post-process the data for me and export my results to excel. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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