|September 20, 2013, 10:55||
udf for chemical reduction scheme
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I am trying to use a reduced scheme mechanism in Fluent. My problem for the moment is to understand if Fluent reads my UDF or not.
The udf is a DEFINE_NET_REACTION_RATE and it is calling a subroutine written in Fortran.
The UDF (rate_driver.c) :
DEFINE_NET_REACTION_RATE(boivin_4_steps, c, t, particle, p, temp, yi, rr, jac)
ckwyp_( n, p, temp, yi, rr );
The ckwyp subroutine (boivin_4_steps.f):
subroutine ckwyp(P, T, Y, WDOT)
IMPLICIT DOUBLE PRECISION (A-H, O-Z), INTEGER (I-N)
DIMENSION Y(*), WDOT(*)
DIMENSION XM(IREAC), RF(IREAC), RB(IREAC), W(IREAC), WT(KK)
DATA WT/2.016, 1.008, 31.999, 18.015, 34.015, 28.013/
So my question is : are my variables correctly declared? I'm a bit confused with C/Fortran...Written like this, does the DEFINE_REACTION_NET_RATE really calls the ckwyp subroutine?
When compiling and loading the UDF, I have no problem (I've build the libudf directories (src, lnamd64, 2ddp ...), then put the correct makefile.udf and makefile.udf2 in the good directories....then compiled the fortran program with g77 ... then command make "FLUENT_ARCH"=lnamd64 ....no problem and no errors with that. But when my case runs in Fluent, I don't know if it really takes the UDF into account: my flame stops burning after 100 iterations...
Any advice would be really nice !!!
Thanks a lot
|fortran, reducted scheme, udf|
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