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Old   May 8, 2002, 09:05
Default Ading User Scalars
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Rhydar
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Hi all,Continuation of the last message. Am getting an error when I try to add a user scalar. CFX 4.4. Fully Compressible, Transient, 2D. Want to add 'REAL PRESSURE' as the scalar, but can't get to the option in the command file "SETUP COMMAND FILE" and not recognising the line if I add it in edit command file. Is there a known bug? Or some step that I am missing out on. Thanks in advance.
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Old   May 8, 2002, 10:54
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Under Setup, go to OPTIONS and choose the number of user scalars. If you want to know only this REAL PRESSURE, number is 1. Then go to VARIABLE NAMES and set this up:
USER SCALAR1 'REAL PRESSURE'
That's it. Regards, cfd guy
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