June 2, 2021 at 3:41 pmAidanPowersSubscriber
Is there any way to set variables in my standard initialization, such as gauge pressure, to an input parameter from workbench?
The initial state of the transient simulation I am running has the same values as the outlet, so perhaps that could be leveraged.
Hybrid initialization invalidates the result, however if I could trick the hybrid initialization to work like standard initialization based on the outlet that would also be acceptable.
Hybrid initialization with 0 iterations gets it correct except for the temperature being 84.1 kelvin instead of 1000 kelvin
Edit: I can get the proper initial temperature by setting the wall temperature to the outlet temperature
Patches may also work but I can find no way to parametrically define them, or have them persist across multiple design points.
All the solutions I have seen so far are not helpful as they simply say to use Fluent without workbench or CFX. I might be able to use CFX but that would be a last resort.June 3, 2021 at 3:31 amKeyur KanadeAnsys EmployeeAs far as I know there is no direct way to set parameter for gauge pressure for standard initialization.
You may check scheme commands.
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