Batch processing MICRESS simulations

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Batch processing MICRESS simulations

Post by kamalnath » Sun Mar 18, 2018 6:40 am

Hello everybody,

I am new to MICRESS. So, any help will be appreciated. For a project I need a run a lot of quick calculations with MICRESS. I wrote a bash script to generate all the driving files. But to run each file, I had to use GUI to select the driving file.

Is there anyway to pass the driving file from the command line ?

I use MINGW64 command line interface from Windows 10.

Thanks,
Kamal

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Re: Batch processing MICRESS simulations

Post by deepumaj1 » Sun Mar 18, 2018 11:53 am

Hello Kamal,
Welcome to Micress forum.

Yes, this is possible. In windows, you can locate the binaries of micress in the 'Bin' folder of the installation directory. You can select what type of binary you need- parallel/serial and with or without TQ. Give the name of driving file as an argument while executing the binary and then you are done. An example is as follows:
C:\Program Files\MICRESS-6.303\Bin\>MICRESS_noTQ_x64.exe ..\Examples\AlCu_Equiaxed_dri.txt

Deepu.

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Re: Batch processing MICRESS simulations

Post by kamalnath » Wed Mar 21, 2018 5:56 pm

Oh.. great. Thank you very much, Deepu.

-Kamal

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