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Old   January 12, 2010, 01:13
Default Customization of Flow 3d
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Atul Verma
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I am trying to give heat transfer coefficient as a function of time in simple 2d sqaure geometry with mesh boundaries as wall and htc and temp defined in Xmin. I am facing few problems...

1)The coefficient is defined as hwall1 for fluid 1 ,i have changed the h1 and h2 in the qeval as a function of time....will this work....or is there some better option?
Since hwall is not available in the source files I am not sure how to modify them...

2) I am using 32 bits Windows Xp...and I have installed Microsoft Visual Studio Version 6.0. I am not able to open the *.sln files. It shows "not a valid Visual Studio Solution file". I am not able to figure out what is going wrong...please help...

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Old   January 13, 2010, 02:30
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Hi, Atul
Customization of FLOW-3D Version 9 require " Intel Fortran 9.1 and Visual Studio 2005 Standard Edition"
and You may read the chapter of customizing FLOW-3D in User Manaul.
There are some examples and comments within the customizable subroutines and functions.

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