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I am having trouble using a UDF to define the frictional viscosity for a simulation. I tried to copy the fluent internal code model, but i am getting a solution that is way off. I have heard of people making changes to values in the .h (header files) in the src folder and then running fluent with the new limits (or definitions). Has anyone ever done this? If so how do you recompile fluent after changing the .h file?
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