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Old   December 21, 2011, 13:00
Post UDF for calculating mean temperature
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I am learning ANSYS/ Fluent. I need some help with writing and running UDF to calculate mean temperature. I am analyzing turbulent and laminar flows in a pipe. I know these are very simple problem, but I am still having difficulties creating macros and running UDF.

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I think that all you need to do is loop over all cells in domain by using begin_c_loop_all and obtain temperature of each cell by function C_T. You might want to look at ANSYS FLUENT UDF Manual (release 13) page 47 for a very simple problem similar to yours.
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