Tagged: 16, fluid-dynamics, General, polyflow
March 17, 2023 at 8:58 amFAQParticipant
When invoking evolution functions as well as PMAT features for a parameter, they are of course applied to all occurrences of that parameter and thus also for post-processors. This means that, internally, POLYDATA creates a number of functions that is significantly larger than that created by the user. All these functions have to be stored. A possible remedy is to run POLYDATA with the keyword NO_AUTO_POSTPRO in the .p3rc file Post-processor calculations that are usually created by default will be automatically disabled and this will reduce the number of functions to be created. Note: If running in POLYMAN, select the simulation and click on Tools > Options > Polyflow. In the box that appears, under â€œModify .p3rc configuration fileâ€, add NO_AUTO_POSTPRO If running in Workbench environment, right click on Solution cell and click on Preferences > Polyflow. In the box that appears, under â€œModify .p3rc configuration fileâ€, add NO_AUTO_POSTPRO If running simulations in standalone mode, then create a .p3rc file containing NO_AUTO_POSTPRO and launch the POLYFLOW calculation with the command polyflow â€“s .p3rc
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