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10.Running the Simulation

After the mesh and solver settings in the Windows terminal, copy the files to
a system where iconCFD could run (such as simulation server) n Execute runHPC.sh to start simulations.
 
n  Reading the simulation data from iconCFD 1/3
n  In the case of multiple processors
n  Put system constant processor* *.foam files to a location accessible by Windows-PC.
n  In the case of single processor
n  Put system constant time directories *.foam files to a location accessible by Windows-PC.
n  Selecting the postProcessing method
n  Before reading the files, choose to process the results using multiple processors or single processor.
 
n  Reading the simulation data from iconCFD 2/3
n  According to whether multiple or single processor(s) are(is)employed, these files are generated by the specified frequency (set in the Solver
Parameter, p. 46)
n  In the case of multiple processors n In the case of single processor
 
Reading the simulation data from iconCFD 3/3
n  The simulation data could be read via the file “a.foam” in the folder. ”a.foam” is automatically generated using runHPC.sh.
An introduction to the GUI of postProcessing
Display the temperature
n   The physical properties of the wall could be displayed on the group surfaces.
Display the velocity distribution on a slice
n   Create a slice to show the velocity distribution
:Display the colorbar
Contour map of temperature on solid+velocity distribution on the slice
 
Hide the group, part and colorbar
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