|November 22, 2013, 12:58||
UDF for defining a velocity gradient
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I`m trying to simulate an axisymmetric swirl flow in Fluent with a very simple geometry, attached image shows my geometry and boundary conditions.
At the inlet boundary, radial and swirl velocity components are zero and axial velocity gradient is zero.
Gauge pressure is zero at the outlet and there is a wall with a constant rotational speed.
My UDF file for axial velocity gradient is below but I`m not sure if this is correct because I have difficulties with converging and continuity does not satisfy.
real xf[ND_ND], xc[ND_ND];
Many thanks in advance.
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