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February 2, 2021 at 4:42 pmlordofthethingsSubscriber
I have setup a study with several input and output parameters (including geometrical parameters) :February 2, 2021 at 5:29 pmDrAmineAnsys EmployeeWeird I expect if you edit in the parent setup cell these values and you save the values will be preserved. Can you recreate the case edit the values then add the parameters save project add two design points and run? There is for sure another way to enforce Fluent to recompute the values but please test what I have asked first.nFebruary 2, 2021 at 5:40 pmKarthik RAdministratorHello,nAre you using the latest version of WB? If not, could you please test this out on the latest version?nIf that does not work, I'd use the automatic case modification and read a journal file. In the journal file you will ask your Fluent session to explicitly 'Compute From' the desired face zone.nHere is some information on Automatic Case Modification from Fluent Users Guide (Section 47.15.7: Automatic Solution Initialization and Case Modification Dialog Box)nRegarding scripting a journal file, you can use the necessary TUI command. nHint to obtain the command: Try searching for 'compute' in the 'Quick Search' on Fluent. You should be able to narrow down the TUI.nI hope this helps.nKarthiknViewing 2 reply threads
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