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Old   May 18, 2004, 04:29
Default USRSRC User scalar
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Andrea
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I need set a source in a mass fraction equation.

In command file I set

MASS FRACTION1 'HYD'

In usrsrc routine which string I should set like getvar argument?

Thanks

Andrea Musso
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Old   May 23, 2004, 00:31
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Jeff
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Trying hard to recall CFX-4 stuff.....

You need to find the equation index and then check to see if USRSRC is being called for the equation you want. Since HYD is a scalar and is embedded in the SCAL array, you need to get the SCAL index and add the mass fraction index to it (-1).

IPHASE = 1 ! first phase only

CALL GETSCA('HYD',IHYD,CWORK)

CALL GETVAR('USRSRC','SCAL ',ISCAL)

IVAR = ISCAL + IHYD - 1

IF (IEQN.EQ.IVAR) THEN

DO INODE = 1,NNODE ! loop over nodes

SU(INODE,IPHASE) = ............

SP(INODE,IPHASE) = ............

ENDDO

ENDIF

Hope this helps. You really need to switch to CFX-5. It's much easier than this, and fewer and fewer people remember this CFX-4 stuff.

Jeff
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