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Old   March 9, 2008, 21:50
Default How to modify particle introduction (Lagrangian)
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I want to write a function (code) in CFX so that the solver introduces some 100 partiles at certain time step (only once) and track them.

What part of CFX documents should I read for creating such functions? (I am confused what are they called...User defined function OR CEL OR what .....)

I will highly appreciate if some one can help me in writing this code.

Thanks so much, Kushagra

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