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Old   June 9, 2011, 01:41
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Hi all,

I am trying to get displacement of specified node correspond to time inside fluid domain (not at boundary condition).Anybody have idea for writing this UDF, please help me.

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Hi,
I think data over points are not contained after simulation. for your purpose, it's easier to separate near cells to obtain their thread ID and then average them.
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Hi Amir,

I remember you in this forum. Thanks for your help.
I made a mistake for my question. I need to get velocity-time dependent of specified node in fluid domain. Is there the same way like your guide? Can you tell more detail than this one?

I hope recieve your help as soon as possible.

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I think data over points are not contained after simulation. for your purpose, it's easier to separate near cells to obtain their thread ID and then average them.
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Hi,
if your node is stationary, it doesn't need any UDF for your purpose; otherwise, it's better to choose nearest cell or nearest cells and separate them from domain; consequently, you would have different thread ID to identify the cells which you can refer to them in the UDF.
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