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Old   June 4, 2000, 07:58
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M. A. Rakib
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Hi! I want to use User Defined Functions, to initialize my tracer input for a recirculating Flow. I have not used UDF's earlier, and have slight knowledge of the C language. Can anybody guide what to start with and how. Please be precise and clear for a novice like me to understand.
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Old   June 6, 2000, 11:23
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fouzy
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hello;

you can find more informations about UDF function in www.fluentusers.com, or you can get in volume 4 for fluent 5.

for your initialization , may be , you will use the following macro: DEFINE_PROFILE.

aleways, the fluent 5 UDF users guide is not complete, but you can find some examples that they help you. you can get from www.fluentusers.com

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