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Old   November 4, 2016, 08:50
Default Need help regarding transient batch process
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Hello everyone.

I will try to be as detailed as possible and clear about my problem. I am simulating a 2D transient VOF problem. I have defined and initialized the problem on my personal computer. Now I need to run it on my university cluster which is Linux based.

I have downloaded Putty and have a basic hang of Linux navigation commands so have no issues there. I have copied all the relevant .cas and .dat files from my laptop to the cluster using FileZilla. Now all I need to do is tell Fluent to start solving from my initialized solution. All the solution settings (methods, factors, time step, no of time steps etc) had already been defined before initialization.

Can anyone tell me how to do this? Using putty I already navigated to the relevant folder where all my files are stored and I know how to start fluent remotely and record output (/apps/ansys-15.0/v150/fluent/bin/fluent 2ddp -g -t4 -ssh -i script >& output.log ). After that what do I do? Any help will be highly appreciated

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