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Set wall temperature as parameter in CFX-Pre

    • Deus Ex Machina
      Subscriber

      Hello everyone,

      I am solving a case of turbomachines with CFX. I have several input parameters (speed, mass flow, etc.) but I don't know how I should set the temperatures as input parameters (in ANSYS Workbench):

    • Deus Ex Machina
      Subscriber
      Nobody knows the answer? n
    • Rob
      Forum Moderator
      More likely everyone missed the question. Have a look at Expressions in the documentation and CFX input parameters. n
    • DrAmine
      Ansys Employee
      Be patient when raising questions.nYou define it as expression. The expression then you define it as input parameter.n
    • Deus Ex Machina
      Subscriber

      More likely everyone missed the question. Have a look at Expressions in the documentation and CFX input parameters.https://forum.ansys.com/discussion/comment/98493#Comment_98493

      Thank you very much, DrAmine. I do not find any expression related to the temperature of the boundary wall.n
    • DrAmine
      Ansys Employee
      Really? You cannot use expression? Weird. Whenever I have time I will check.n
    • Deus Ex Machina
      Subscriber

      Really? You cannot use expression? Weird. Whenever I have time I will check.https://forum.ansys.com/discussion/comment/98530#Comment_98530

      I was thinking about your indication and I understood what you meant. Instead of using CFD-post, I defined the expression inside CFD-pre, and now I can define the temperature as a parameter.nI was trying it on CFD-post and I did not understand how to proceed.nThanks a lot, definitely resolved.n
    • DrAmine
      Ansys Employee
      In CFD-Post you cannot define input parameter only output parametern
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