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Old   July 18, 2020, 05:25
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I need batch script to automate the process.
I may need to do several thousand simulations of flow around a rotating cylinder, the cylinder rotating speed from-100 to 100, the interval is 0.2.
But at present, I adjust the parameters manually every time, and the post-processing is also carried out manually. Forthousands of simulations, it is impossible to realize. Is there anyway and how to automatically adjust parameters and simulate. ?

I can not find any example about bash script,who could give me some example or tutorial about how to write the script.

Do I need python or matlab or shell,I do not know,I am a new with poor programming skill.

my openfoam run in Ubuntu
Many thanks!!
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