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Old   April 11, 2011, 18:26
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My model consists of initial volume domain, Vro. Additional volume, Vadditonal will added into this initial volume domain during time flow. Hence, the final volume, Vfinal will be Vro + Vadditional. I would like to calculate my initial domain, Vro when time flow=0 in my UDF for further calculation. I found that total volume +=C_VOLUME(c, t) is work for Vfinal as time flows. However, I do not know on writing UDF in calculating the Vro. Anyone please help me to solve my problem.

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