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Old   November 25, 2001, 18:21
Default Problem With User-Defined Fan Model Panel
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Hi I am using a user-defined fan model to model a set of fans. I have initialised the flow field and the profile files as described in the fluent manual. My external files (fantest.f, rfanp.c and wfanp.f) have been recognised by fluent and I have entered the fan parameters using the standard fan panel. Fluent can read the profile file containing the swirl velocity, pressure jump, etc. but can't perform a calculation to update the fan parameters. I appreciate greatly sharing your experience with me.

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