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Old   March 20, 2018, 12:36
Question The calculating speed different between manually setting and batch file
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Dear friend:


I used .bat file to open Fluent journey file to let Fluent calculating automatically, but I found some questions which I cannot understand:

1. I found if I setting Fluent setting manually, the calculating will faster than the .bat file calculating. I don't know why the same setting will cause the different calculating time(almost twice time spend). Does this situation caused by my .bat file? please tell me your idea...

2. I need load UDF file into Fluent, when I load by myself, the loading time is almost 5 minutes,but when I use .bat file, the loading time doesn't too much, almost 10 seconds,so does this situation right or the UDF file unsuccessfully loaded? please give me your ideas....

3. I found when I load UDF file by my self, Fluent will typed some lines of commands, but if I use .bat file, there is no commands lines, I think load UDF file need some time to show that commands. So is that possible to let Fluent wait several minutes in journey file? I mean use some words in journey file let Fluent wait 3 minutes. is that possible? please tell me your ideas...

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