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Old   March 13, 2011, 06:26
Default Moving a wall with UDF
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Can you please take a look at this????

I have a 2D channel that the upper wall has the equation of y=ax+b.

I used a udf in order to move it along Y axis.
However, when I preview my mesh it doesn't take into account the slope of the wall (a*x) :

/* Constants */
#define b 10e-3
#define a 0.3e-3
/************************************************** ***/

Thread *tf = DT_THREAD (dt);
face_t f;
Node *node_p;
real x, y;
int n;


begin_f_loop (f, tf)
f_node_loop (f, tf, n)
node_p = F_NODE (f, tf, n);
if (NODE_POS_NEED_UPDATE (node_p))
x = NODE_X (node_p);

NODE_Y (node_p) = y;
end_f_loop (f, tf);

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