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Default Importing space dependent variable information
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I am trying to simulate a ICP plasma coupled with fluid flow using Fluent. I have used a different software and solved for a steady state solution of plasma. I am then able obtain the source terms for reactive species and heat and write down the data in the form of (x_location,y_location,source_term).

Now I import the same geometry into Fluent; and would like to solve for the fluid flow while including the space dependent source terms in the equation.

How can I import the (x_location,y_location,source_term) data file into fluent and obtain a field in the geometry, and then include these terms in the fluid equations?

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space dependent terms, user defined function

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