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Old   July 12, 2002, 21:43
Default Commercial software question (user viscosity)
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Jeff
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Hi All

I have a pretty simple question. Do any commercial CFD software package allow for a user viscosity subroutine where the gradient of a user scalar variable is passed as an argument? I have a viscosity that is

mu=mu(T, |grad(c)|)

where c is a user scalar variable that is to be solved for as well.

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Old   July 15, 2002, 04:54
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I would think any of the major codes would allow this. Certainly STAR-CD can, and I'm sure it's not unique in this respect.
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Old   July 20, 2002, 10:41
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Hi Richard,

Thanks for getting back to me. In fact, I may have access to STAR-CD. If you are familiar with user viscosity functions, could you list the argument list to the function? I'll try to track down some manuals.

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