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Old   May 31, 2009, 21:35
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I meet a problem when i try to define inlet subroutine for eulerian two phases simulation(star-cd 3.26). in the bcdefi.f, volume fraction of the second phase cannot be define directly. it should be transfer from common block according to user guide. but I can't find more information about the common block. starin.f in 3.15 can give all the information about common block, is there a similiar file in starcd3.26? Could somebody help me ? thanks in advance.
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Or anybody still make use of STAR-CD3.15? please do me a favor to send starin.f to me? mactonald@hotmail.com. thanks!
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Old   June 1, 2009, 23:19
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does anyone know that? or some suggestion?
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Old   June 2, 2009, 06:17
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You can search through other subroutines to find the common block which contains the necessary variable.
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Have a look in nom.inc of your ufile directory. There you should find all you need.

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Old   June 15, 2009, 01:46
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thanks for reply! It is really difficult to find similiar common block from other subroutines. I give up this method and turn to use mass source.
basicly mass source can satisfy my demand. But new problem appeared.
that is source term subroutine can not run directly in HPC mode. I lost idea again! who can help me?

BTW: nom.inc just give the description of variables, not common block.
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