How to use parameters in Fluent without Workbench? How to access parameters in Fluent via TUI commands in a journal?
January 25, 2023 at 7:16 amFAQParticipant
Parameters can be accessed in Fluent in the Text User Interface (TUI) under: /define/parameters First you have to enable the access. /define/parameters/enable-in-TUI y Then you can change a value of an input parameter, e. g.: /define/parameters/input-parameters/edit t_in , 999 This changes the value of an input parameter “t_in” to a value of 999 Output parameters can be evaluated by: /define/parameters/output-parameters/print-all-to-console , Keywords: fluent, parameter, journal, TUI
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