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Old   March 14, 2008, 11:34
Default UDS for axisymmetric domain
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Hello I am solving for a user defined scalar in 2D for which I have a UDF that works corrctly

I want to solve for same UDS in an axisymmetric domain

Do I need to write another UDF defined using the UDS governing equation in polar co-ordiantes or can I go ahead and use my 2D code

Please let me know as I ma not very familiar with solver!!!1

Thank you
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