I have a CFX model that I need to solve but I want to start if after some models that are currently running. Is there a way to delay a CFX solve to start at a later time?
Tagged: 19.1, cfx, fluid-dynamics, General, General - CFX
March 17, 2023 at 8:58 amFAQParticipant
There’s no built in capability to do this in the Solver Manager, but you can set up a Windows bat file to initiate a solve after some time has elapsed. For example, if your bat file contained the following it would wait 10 seconds before solving staticMixer.def in R19.1: timeout 10 E:Program FilesANSYS Incv191CFXbincfx5solve.exe -def staticMixer.def
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