|July 13, 2013, 02:51||
Parse Error when Interpreted UDFs
Join Date: Jul 2013
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I'm having trouble "Interpreted" a udf.c file. I'm applying the udf.c to an energy source, to be modeled as a flame/combustion.
Currently, my code is:
DEFINE_SOURCE(energy_source, c, t, dS, eqn)
real source, Qdot, r, length, Vavg, rho;
Qdot = 460;
r = 0.010;
length = 0.001;
Vavg = 1.0;
rho = 1.25
source = (Qdot/(3.1415*r*r*length))*C_U(c,t)*C_R(c,t)/(rho*Vin);
dS[eqn] = 0;
I'm getting an parse error on line 10. I've defined all the variables.
Can anyone shed some light on this question?
|July 13, 2013, 06:27||
Join Date: Aug 2011
Posts: 315Rep Power: 11
You are not so innocent as you might think.
1) you have missed a semi-colon;
2) you did not declare the variable "Vin".
See the highlighted part.
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