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Old   March 23, 2011, 14:40
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i do have one function,

y=mx + c

whereby y=dependent variable
x=independent variable
m & c=constants

x is in continuous domain from 2 to 100. Can please anyone tell me on how to define x in continuous domain from 2 to 100 using UDF in fluent?

Thanks for help.
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