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Old   July 29, 2010, 19:21
Default Can we have access temperature derivatives???
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Hi
I need to define a custom field function. In this function I need to access the derivatives of temperature with respect to x and y. (basically conduction term in fluids) Can I do this using UDF????? It seems that we have access to the derivatives of velocity but not the derivatives of temperature.
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