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Old   February 28, 2013, 10:59
Default What does user-defined node memory mean?
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Fluent 14 introduces a new feature name user-defined node memory. I try to figure out what it is difference from the previous user-defined memory but can not find any explanation in the uDF manual.

Would you guys please help? Any comment appreciated!
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It may be mean of the surrounding cells
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