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Old   May 3, 2013, 09:29
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hi guys
i am writing my hons degree thesis on the 2 stroke scavenging process.
i am using fluent to simulate flow through the engine and a UDF file to run the simulations. My plan was to use the UDF file supplied by the ansys tutorial as i have no experience in writing programs in C.
My first issue is to do with the tutorial itself, when i hook the udf i recieve an error message telling me that the the compiled udf is not usable in parallel win64, although it also states that the operation completed successfuly,i dont know why this is as my lecturer completed it no problem following the same steps??
i carried on regardless of the error and ran calculations but when i go to retrieve the results from the execute on demand tab it does not read print_out_results from the drop down menu?? could this be because of the udf error

Any help would be very much appreciated, dead line is closing fast
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