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Dear all, AcuProbe is able to save settings automatically when closing. Does anyone know, how to save different settings and how to control which setting can be chosen? I would appreciate alreday where to find the file in which acuProbe saves those settings. Many thanks for your help. Best regards Torsten
Hi, I have created an arbitrary surface in my air duct model to calculate mass flux using AcuProbe, however this returns total mass flux through the surface. I have a system with two inlets (Inlet 1, Inlet 2) and three outlets (Outlet 1, Outlet 2, Outlet 3). Is it possible to quantify the amount of air from Inlet 1 only that flows through this arbitrary surface? I have created a surface in Acu console and did not apply any BCs. Only checked surface output. Thanks in advance
I'm running a transient simulation in acuSolve, and when I try to open AcuProbe to view the residuals plots it does not open. Then, if I open another AcuSolve session and I try to open AcuProbe, the information window appears and it says : pnlTools.pnlToolsError :Unable to Launch AcuProbe. I have tried to restart the computer, do you have any idea of how can I solve it? Thank you
Hello everyone. I am currently running external aerodynamics flow simulations for a truck model. I use HyperMesh to generate the surface mesh and then use Virtual Wind Tunnel to run the flow simulation. Once the simulation is complete, VWT generates the automatic PDF report with a drag coefficient value. However, after performing design modifications to the geometry of the model, the drag coefficient values seem to be off from expectations. Hence, I am wondering if there is a way to manually calculate the drag force generated by the model in AcuFieldView, AcuConsole or AcuProbe and then the drag coefficient using the frontal area?. I want to check the validity of the drag coefficient values that are automatically generated in the report. Also, I have noticed that the report calculates the drag for each and every part in the model and then sums it up to give the total drag value. I'm wondering if there is a way to select the entire model (all parts included) and display the drag force created by it rather than doing it for individual parts. Thanks for the help in advance! Yatish Chandra