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Default udf for radial distribution function in fluidised bed
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hii,
does anybody know how to write UDF for radial distribution in fluidised bed ?

i hv writen it with the help of udf manual but it is giving error of

divergence detected in AMG solver for pressure ....

hope somebody knows ........thanks in advance.
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hii,
does anybody know how to write UDF for radial distribution in fluidised bed ?

i hv writen it with the help of udf manual but it is giving error of

divergence detected in AMG solver for pressure ....

hope somebody knows ........thanks in advance.
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