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Old   March 25, 2013, 05:39
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Graeme Clark
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I'm new to the forum and after some advice to try avoiding going up a dead end.
Is it possible to link Phoenics with Matlab? What I want to do is run a matlab script that will provide initial and boundary conditions - pass this to Phoenics for calculation - pass the Phoenics results back to matlab. Matlab then indexes to the next condition and repeats the process for a set time period.
I have read some literature where this was done with matlab and fluent, but my preference is to explore the use of Phoenics IF it is a viable option.
Any advice appreciated.
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