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Old   June 25, 2007, 14:00
Default Specification of density as a function of Depth
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Endee
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Hi everyone, Please help me to solve this problem. I am using water as working fluid and am wondering how can I use the variable density as a function of height in my domain. My domain is about 20 meters deep and I want to include the change in density functions. Boundary conditions are velocity inlet, outflow and slip walls. Thanks for your help. Endee
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Old   June 27, 2007, 12:57
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you can use a UDF to calculate the density using the y-coordinate values. Check out the UDF manual for a detailed description.
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Old   July 5, 2007, 08:09
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why is density varying 'coz of depth??? is it because of gravity??? tell in detail then maybe we can suggest something..
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