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Old   November 6, 2005, 23:12
Default Define new Reynolds stress term in momentum eqn.
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Hi everyone. I'm first time to use UDF.I'm only programing momentum eqn. by myself. Now my superviser need me to use UDF in fluent. I must define the new Reynolds stress term in momentum eqn. Do you have any idea to me to define it?? Best regard Satoshi
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