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isaac May 12, 2004 08:16

transient temperature distributionT(x,y,t)
 
hello .I have a simple 2D conduction heat in a solid(a rectangular plane surface ).(no vonvection and radiation) and I have take a stationary heat flux throught an edge as BC. I can display the stationary teperature distribution T(x,y) but I want to obtain the temperature distribution at any time T(x,y,t).DOES any body tell me what to do please???thanks

ap May 12, 2004 09:30

Re: transient temperature distributionT(x,y,t)
 
FLUENT doesn't keep in memory the value of each variable at each past time step.

If you want T(x,y,t) you have to save a dat file, for example after a costant number of steps and then postprocess them in order to obtain the data you need.

Hi :)

ap

isaac May 12, 2004 11:58

how can I do it?
 
hello. can you tell me how to use UDF to save the data file and post process it? and what time step you mean?? can yopu be more clear please??....THANKS.....

co2 May 12, 2004 12:02

Re: how can I do it?
 
you dont need a udf for taht just use file --> autosave

co2 May 12, 2004 12:03

Re: transient temperature distributionT(x,y,t)
 
also, i think animation feature will be really useful for what you are trying to do.

ap May 13, 2004 04:59

Re: how can I do it?
 
I agree with co2, you can activate the Autosave option in the File -> Write -> Autosave menu.

Hi :)

ap


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