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Default wall shear stress based on primary phase in eulerian multiphase model
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hi. I am using the eulerian multiphase model to simulate flow boiling. To define some boiling parameters in my udf, i require to access the wall-shear stress based on liquid (primary) phase velocity gradient on walls. my simulation is 2D.

Based on suggestions on other posts in the forum, I have tried using the following syntaxes

1. NV_MAG(F_STORAGE_R_N3V(f,ptf[0],SV_WALL_SHEAR))/face_area
2. NV_MAG(F_STORAGE_R_N3V(f,ptf[0],SV_WALL_SHEAR)[0])/face_area

however, i find the usual ACCESS_VIOLATION error.

I am guessing that the syntax is incorrect somewhere, especially when applied to the 2D case. Any help in identifying the error is greatly appreciated.

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