Udf for heat source
A porous medium is included in a domain. I want to define a heat source to the porous medium which will be a function of the temperature difference between the porous temperature and the domain temperature. Thanks for any help, Thomas

Re: Udf for heat source
It's possible. The DEFINE_SOURCE macro is available for your problem.
Keil 
Re: Udf for heat source
If you're using the standard porous media model in Fluent 5 or 6 you won't be able to model interphase heat transfer or have a model that assumes nonequilibrium between the two phases. Fluent assumes, a single energy equation for solid and fluid as described in the manual.
To model a porous media without thermal equilibirum you need to use udfs/udss... I have presented some code for this in 2000 and 2001. Its also in the udf repository....search the archives for the posts/code. Greg 
Re: Udf for heat source
Interesting,
where to find this udf repository? thanks in advance, Laika, still orbiting 
Re: Udf for heat source
Repository at
ftp://ftp.cfdonline.com/fluent and my code at ftp://ftp.cfdonline.com/fluent/udf_scalar_dos.c Greg 
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(define_source) heat generation changs with location
hello everyone!
I write a udf for heat generation with different location(xyz);),but only a part of fluid has heat generation:confused:. project:a solid (0.08X0.08X0.1 to xyz) with 2 cylinder(r=0.01),cylinder is fluid with heat generation.:) the code:#include "udf.h" DEFINE_SOURCE(heat_flux, cell, t, dS, eqn) { real a, b, c; real x[2] = { 0.02, 0.02 }, y[2] = { 0,0 }; //x、y source location real p[8] = { 0.025, 500000000, 0.025, 500000000, 0.075, 500000000, 0.075, 500000000 };//0.025、0.075 is Z location，source value follows. real pos[ND_ND]; real source=0; int i, j = 0; C_CENTROID(pos, cell, t); a = pos[0]; //abc acquire xyz b = pos[1]; c = pos[2]; if ((c >= p[0]  0.025) && (c <= p[0] + 0.025)) //judge Z location { i=0; while(i<2){ if ((a <= x[i] + 0.01 && a >= x[i]  0.01) && (b <= y[i] + 0.01 && b >= y[i]  0.01)) //judge xy，if meeting the range,give source right value {source = p[0 + i+1]; dS[eqn] = 0; i=2;} i=i+1; } } else if ((c >= p[4]  0.025) && (c <= p[4] + 0.025)) { i=0; while(i<2){ if ((a <= x[i] + 0.01 && a >= x[i]  0.01) && (b <= y[i] + 0.01 && b >= y[i]  0.01)) {source = p[4+2*i+1]; dS[eqn] = 0; i=2;} i=i+1; } } else { source=0; dS[eqn]=0; } return source; } the result shows the right cylinder has heat generation:) ,but the other one has zero.:( thanks for your kindness.contact me:956400837@qq.com 
(define_source) heat generation changs with location
hello everyone!
I write a udf for heat generation with different location(xyz);),but only a part of fluid has heat generation:confused:. project:a solid (0.08X0.08X0.1 to xyz) with 2 cylinder(r=0.01),cylinder is fluid with heat generation.:) the code:#include "udf.h" DEFINE_SOURCE(heat_flux, cell, t, dS, eqn) { real a, b, c; real x[2] = { 0.02, 0.02 }, y[2] = { 0,0 }; //x、y source location real p[8] = { 0.025, 500000000, 0.025, 500000000, 0.075, 500000000, 0.075, 500000000 };//0.025、0.075 is Z location，source value follows. real pos[ND_ND]; real source=0; int i, j = 0; C_CENTROID(pos, cell, t); a = pos[0]; //abc acquire xyz b = pos[1]; c = pos[2]; if ((c >= p[0]  0.025) && (c <= p[0] + 0.025)) //judge Z location { i=0; while(i<2){ if ((a <= x[i] + 0.01 && a >= x[i]  0.01) && (b <= y[i] + 0.01 && b >= y[i]  0.01)) //judge xy，if meeting the range,give source right value {source = p[0 + i+1]; dS[eqn] = 0; i=2;} i=i+1; } } else if ((c >= p[4]  0.025) && (c <= p[4] + 0.025)) { i=0; while(i<2){ if ((a <= x[i] + 0.01 && a >= x[i]  0.01) && (b <= y[i] + 0.01 && b >= y[i]  0.01)) {source = p[4+2*i+1]; dS[eqn] = 0; i=2;} i=i+1; } } else { source=0; dS[eqn]=0; } return source; } the result shows the right cylinder has heat generation:) ,but the other one has zero.:( thanks for your kindness. 
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