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Old   May 30, 2009, 15:39
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hi,

can you please tell me the step to add a new wall function (udf) inder fluent

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Old   May 31, 2009, 17:37
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can you please tell me the step to add a new wall function (udf) inder fluent

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You can use macro DEFINE_WALL_FUNCTIONS in section "2.3.23 DEFINE_WALL_FUNCTIONS" in UDF manual. There is an example on that section.

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hi,
can any one pls forward v2f model documentation
or tell me where i can find it.
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You can use macro DEFINE_WALL_FUNCTIONS in section "2.3.23 DEFINE_WALL_FUNCTIONS" in UDF manual. There is an example on that section.

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Hi, which version are you refering to?? 6.2 or 6.3?
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Hi, which version are you refering to?? 6.2 or 6.3?
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you can find this section online at

http://cdlab2.fluid.tuwien.ac.at/LEH...udf/node52.htm
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You can use macro DEFINE_WALL_FUNCTIONS in section "2.3.23 DEFINE_WALL_FUNCTIONS" in UDF manual. There is an example on that section.

good luck.

thank you for your reply,
please if I want to introduce a new forma of k+ can I took the same step? in this way how to introduce my BC in dimensionless?

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Hi, which version are you refering to?? 6.2 or 6.3?
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i am refering to 6.2 version
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i am refering to 6.2 version
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