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yc9316 June 22, 2011 12:20

udf T(ni)=T(ni-1)
 
Hi, I want to define boundary conditions of T and Yi as T(ni)=T(ni-1)and Yi(ni)=Yi(ni-1), but I don't know how to achieve it by UDF, thx for your help.

Dinocrack June 22, 2011 12:24

n is node number?

yc9316 June 22, 2011 12:30

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Originally Posted by Dinocrack (Post 313125)
n is node number?

yes, ni represent the last node in x axis,thanks

yc9316 June 22, 2011 21:54

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Originally Posted by yc9316 (Post 313127)
yes, ni represent the last node in x axis,thanks

I means make varible(Ni,J,K)=varible(Ni-1,J,K), can it be defined as UDF? regards.


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