February 17, 2023 at 9:40 amKiran Kumar KRSubscriber
I am doing cht analysis on ic engine for this purpose i am using Ansys fluent but i couldn't able to create coupling file of format ".scp", i followed a tutorial on YouTube, tutor can able to produce ".scp" but for my case it is disabled, i don't know why even though I followed the tutorial upto the point, please let me know how to overcome this problem
February 27, 2023 at 6:02 amRMAnsys Employee
When the coupled analysis is created in System Coupling's GUI or CLI, the coupling workflow requires a System Coupling participant setup file (
.scp) written by Fluent. Please refer 44.2. Performing System Coupling in the GUI or CLI (ansys.com) to writre .scp file from fluent.
Hope this helps!
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