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Old   September 29, 2013, 05:10
Default customization function in Flow 3D with fortran
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Hi everyone,
I need to develop a customization function in Flow 3D with fortran.I want to add a free pressure distribution on a surface for each time
step .How can I compute the pressure?Can anyone send me an exemple of pressure customisation (.f file)or a title of a book where I can find exemple ?
Thanks a lot
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Old   September 29, 2013, 05:20
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Hi guoyanning,
I also find difficulty to get any tutorial/example/reference that show user on how to conduct the customization with Flow-3D. To add pressure distribution is very hard.Hope others users/expert that have the information can share with us. Thanks in advance.
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