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Old   September 28, 2009, 10:07
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Hi,

It will be embarrasing if this could be found in the UDF manual but it seems like I have been looking everywhere

I am trying to understand a UDF file that fluent created in a tutorial. I cannot find a list for all commands that can be used i.e. what variable name to call a density in a specific cell or volume fraction.

Does anyone know where to find that information?
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density in a specific cell: C_R(c,t) you can find it in the UDF manual --- Data Access Macros

Just to help, not to embarrass you
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Old   September 29, 2009, 05:57
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Thank you for your reply!!

Now I found all commands. The UDF manual is very big!

Thanks!
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