# The source of user scalar equation

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 November 8, 2002, 10:38 The source of user scalar equation #1 rambol Guest   Posts: n/a Hi,everyone If I want to add a user scalar equation in cfx4.3,how could I definite the source of the user scalar equation in user fortran? For example,if the source term is Fa,where would I set the source term in usrsrc, in IF (ICALL.EQ.1) THEN or in IF (ICALL.EQ.2) THEN ?Su=Su+Fa and Su=Fa,which expression is correct?

 November 10, 2002, 18:43 Re: The source of user scalar equation #2 Astrid Guest   Posts: n/a Su=Su+Fa adds your source term 'Fa' to the exsisting array of source terms Su. Su=Fa overwrites the array Su. The latter can be painfull if CFX previously has added source terms to this array. Are you sure you do not need Sp? Astrid

 November 11, 2002, 19:45 Re: The source of user scalar equation #3 Mads Bang Guest   Posts: n/a First use CALL GETVAR('USRSRC','SCAL ',ISCA) To get the number of scalar equations then use CALL GETSCA('MASS FRACTION1',IFRAC1,CWORK) To get equation "MASS FRACTION1" Then use the criteria IF (IEQN.EQ.ISCA+IFRAC1-1) THEN To find out when to set the source term Hope this helps you? Regarding the source term use the first formulation since the other over writes all information stored in the source. -Mads

 November 14, 2002, 08:37 Re: The source of user scalar equation #4 rambol Guest   Posts: n/a Thanks,astrid and mads Bang your advice is helpful to me.I need Sp term also,but i can't get it from the equation.So the equation is always divergence now.Another question is about Usrbcs.If i want to set the boundary condtion of the user scalar.Is it correct of the next steps? CALL GETSCA('FA',IPA,CWORK) IS=4+IPA A(IS,IB,INODE)=0.0 B(IS,IB,INODE)=1.0 C(IS,IB,INODE)=0

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