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Old   April 26, 2002, 15:42
Default Solver Monitor Customization in TASCflow 2.11
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Hello to all,
Did anyone have success customizing the solver monitor in TASCflow 2.11? In the manuals there's an example but is quite confuse. I was wondering if the support guys (people who use to access this forum) have an example including the files(any case with any example). It would be much more easier than try to figure it out by myself how the USRSMD works .
Thanks in advance, cfd guy
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Old   May 6, 2002, 07:25
Default Re: Solver Monitor Customization in TASCflow 2.11
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I use a customized usrsmd function to monitor the massflow through the boundaries. It also prints additional massflow information in the smd file which I then analyse using Excel. It is not so difficult when you use SMGRPH, SMGRVR and SMGRDT as described in the Fortran Comment-lines in the function printed in the manual.

Because I got the original routine from CFX and we have signed a license contract I do not want to distribute this function. So you have to contact your local CFX representative.
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