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AcoidanBM December 1, 2009 15:11

Smooth a mesh with UDF
 
Hi there.
I'm trying to automate the analysis processing in Fluent because I have to make a lot of analysis. For this reason I'm working with a journal file.

The problem is that each problem has its own mesh. If I want to smooth the mesh before running the analysis, it's not always the same. I mean, each mesh is different, so the smooth process will be differente as well.

So I was thinking about using the UDF tool, in order to do that.

What do you think? Is it possible?

Thank you very much

dmoroian December 3, 2009 02:25

Not with udf
 
Hello Acoidan,
I'm not aware of any documented way to call this kind of functions (smooth-mesh) from a udf.
However, fluent has an implementation of a fully capable programming language called scheme that you can use instead of C. Check this on wiki: Fluent Environment

Dragos


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