Transient table

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omkar5990 posted this 31 May 2019

Hello all,

I am trying to incorporate a transient boundary condition in fluent. I am doing this by defining a transient profile in tabular format by following the fluent user guide. The table is saved in text format. I am trying to read it into fluent by using the read-transient-table command. I have saved the file in the right directory. However, I keep getting a file not found error. Can someone let me know what I need to do to rectify this?

Thanks!

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Kremella posted this 03 June 2019

Hello,

Have you watched this video on youtube and try this for your modeling purpose.

Thanks.

Best,

Karthik

omkar5990 posted this 04 June 2019

Thanks Karthik. I did watch this video. However, Fluent for some reason does not recognize the text file format. I worked my way around this by writing the boundary conditions file to the folder. Then deleted everything in it and wrote the transient table as shown in the above video and then read it into Fluent. that worked for me. I am not sure if there is a more direct way to do it.

rwoolhou posted this 05 June 2019

Check the headers & white-space characters too. Are there any spaces in the file name or directory structure? 

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