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Old   May 26, 2014, 12:19
Default partical mass source by parqsr.f
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I want to add mass source at a volume rate to the space by subroutine parqsr.f

How can I ask the solver to call it?

I know how to compile and customize common subroutines in Visual studio and model setup module, but what else should I do in the GUI or .prepin editor just for using parqsr.f?


remark='!! Mass Momentum Sources',
remark='!! Mass Momentum Source 1',

I just modified the .prepin file as above, but it didn't work. Is there anything else I should add?

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Old   January 12, 2015, 22:59
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May I ask if you solved the problem.I also encountered a similar problem.If you've found the solution, can give me some help Well.thank you in advance.
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