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Old   May 3, 2014, 17:00
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Hello Everyone,

I am writing a UDF for the inlet of the flow in my simulation, but I think the origin of the code and the origin of the geometry in fluent are not the same.
how can I specify a new origin on the inlet to write the udf properly?

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Hi
You can translate, rotate and scale the mesh in fluent:e.g Grid>Translate
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