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Old   April 17, 2007, 11:52
Default Wall Boundary Condition
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Hello and thanks for your time,

I am trying to define a temperature profile along a straight wall segment. The temperature at the left end is 500 K and 20 mm downstream the temp is 1600 K. I can use a simple straight line T(x)=500+55*x. My question is whether or not you can provide some guidance in writing and hooking the UDF to accomplish this. Thanks in advance.

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