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Default UDF please Help HAWT (rotor simulation)
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Hi,

My final graduating project is focused on the prediction of

flow around a horizontal axis wind turbine rotor.
I use Fluent for simulation but I have a problem

regarding the use of "UDF" to introduce

blading efforts (in my case 3 blades) to fluent.

I previously calculated these efforts using " Fortran " and the " active ligne " model.

can someone please help me converting the fortran program (attached) to "C" language or give me a similar UDF.
Thank you sincerely.
Sorry for my bad english.
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