March 17, 2023 at 8:59 amFAQParticipant
The process to change the number of nodes of a running Fluent simulation launched from Workbench is outlined below: 1.Stop the Fluent simulation, go to File and click on close Fluent. It will automatically save the current timestep/iteration details. 2.Save the project from the Workbench window. 3.Right click on the â€œSetupâ€ tab of the analysis system and click properties. Under Parallel Run Settings, change the number of processors to the required number. 4.Right click on the â€œSolutionâ€ node and click on Continue Calculation to continue the simulation without launching Fluent. If you prefer to launch Fluent, click â€œEditâ€ instead to launch Fluent with the changed number of processors . Then click Calculate to continue the simulation. Keywords: Fluent; Workbench; CPUs;
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