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February 17, 2021 at 3:32 amNyuronsSubscriber
How can I run System Coupling from batch file?
I found the Oscillating Plate tutorial for how to run Workbench System Coupling from the command line.February 17, 2021 at 5:13 amYasserSelimaSubscriberI think it is a license issue nFebruary 17, 2021 at 2:16 pmStephen OrlandoAnsys EmployeeHi Array ,nYou'll need to put your System Coupling commands (ImportSystemCouplingInputFile(FilePath = 'scInput.sci'), execCon, etc...) into a text file called run.py. Then the run can be launched with the following command:nWindows:n n> %AWP_ROOT201%\SystemCoupling\bin\systemcoupling -R run.pynPlease see this newer tutorial for more information: https://ansyshelp.ansys.com/account/secured?returnurl=/Views/Secured/corp/v201/en/sysc_tut/sysc_tut_oscplate_sci-cli_fluent.htmlnYou don't need to use the tutorial: Heat Transfer in Square Channel Air FlownnStevenFebruary 18, 2021 at 2:13 amNyuronsSubscriberThank you, . nI made a file named run.py and put the System Coupling commands in it. I put the run.py file in SysC_Run directory (following the Oscillating Plate tutorial). After launching systemcoupling via the suggested command, I think it ran correctly. nI am not sure if there were any signs of licensing issue, so I assume that my problem is solved for now. Thank you so much for the precise support!nViewing 3 reply threads
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