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Old   April 12, 2023, 06:08
Default fluent crashes when using "()" in TUI command
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Hello,

I am trying to change the boundary condition using a TUI command (to be used in schemes later on), but fluent keeps crashing when I using the "()" brackets to end the list when choosing the zones to specify the boundary condition on, did anyone face this problem before?

the TUI command: define/boundary-conditions/set/wall/ce2 ()/uds/no/500

Thank you in advance
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Old   April 12, 2023, 07:13
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Try a comma instead of the (). You have ce2 as your wall as the first zone that is defined. Adding a , will then say there is no more zones you want to select.
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