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Old   July 31, 2010, 22:32
Default How can I get access to all flowfield properties throughout the domain by UDF
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Hi
I need to access to all the data associated with every node in my domain and save them in text files. I don't want to put a handful of monitors on my domain. I need to access to all of them. I know that there are some functions like C_T() (for cell temperature) and ... I just have a little problem writing a .c udf program being able to save all the data in text file for a period of time.
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Old   August 6, 2010, 14:03
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I think that what you need is to periodically export your data instead of writing an udf for the same purpose.
Check this post UDF save data to a file!!
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