How to set mass fraction at inlet boundary conditi

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 September 3, 2003, 11:52 How to set mass fraction at inlet boundary conditi #1 Eric Guest   Posts: n/a I want to use user-fortran to read one mass fraction value from an outlet boundary and set the read value to an inlet boundary. Can anyone tell me how to read the mass fraction value from an outlet and how to set the value to an inlet?

 September 5, 2003, 13:31 Re: How to set mass fraction at inlet boundary con #2 Carola Guest   Posts: n/a Have you ever read the tutorial about a combustion chamber?, here they have this example ( mass fraction value to an inlet ) Take care Carola

 September 7, 2003, 04:23 Re: How to set mass fraction at inlet boundary con #3 Eric Guest   Posts: n/a Hi Carola, I use CFX4.4 and I don't where can find the tutorial abour a combustion chamber. I refer to some example for User-fortran and I don't know how to use USRBCS to set mass fraction at an inlet. My source code is as follow. Can you give me some comment or advise? CALL GETSCA('MASS FRACTION1',IVAR,CWORK) CALL IPREC('INLET-AS1','PATCH','CENTRES',IPT,ILEN,JLEN,KLEN,CWORK,IW ORK) IPHS = 1 DO 100 K = 1,KLEN DO 110 J = 1,JLEN DO 120 I = 1,ILEN INODE = IP(I,J,K) SCAL(INODE,IPHS,IVAR) = 0.5 120 CONTINUE 110 CONTINUE 100 CONTINUE Thank you! Eric

 September 8, 2003, 13:09 Re: How to set mass fraction at inlet boundary con #4 Carola Guest   Posts: n/a Hi Eric!, Iīm afraid that I canīt help you. I thought that you had CFX-5.5.1!, sorry!. take Care, Carola

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