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Old   June 27, 2007, 06:21
Default use of user defined functions (UDF)
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Vedavyasa M
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Sir,

I am working as lecturer. Recently I have taken training on Fluent Software. I want to use UDF for my problem. I want to input heat flux(time dependent) and ambient temperature (time dependent, which are in the form of a polynomial equations. Also I want to input convective heat transfer coefficient as a function of temperature difference( relation in the form as alzebriac expression). I kindly request you to guide me in this matter.

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