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Old   April 3, 2024, 14:38
Default Integrating PID into StarCCM+
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Hi,


I'm new to star and I'm trying to integrate PID controller into StarCCM+ to modify input parameters during simulation run. Basically, I want to start simulation for a given input condition then I feed the output for 1 timestep into my PID code modify the input again for the next timestep based on the result of PID code.


The problem is I'm not sure how I can feed my PID input into StarCCM+. I did check out some research work but they don't talk about how they did it.
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