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Old   August 11, 2009, 14:26
Default Do I need to use UDF to get time-averaged variable?
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I am using LES model to simulate turbulent flow around an airfoil, and want to get the time-averaged pressure coefficient of the airfoil. I have done some research and it seems that UDF is the only way to do it. Can anyone confirm this and give some advice about which macros to use?

If anyone have a UDF that computes a time-averaged variable, can you post it here as an example if you donít mind?

I appreciate your help and thank you for your time!
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