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Old   April 30, 2012, 02:24
Default Udf help required
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Is there a predefined macro under which I can write a new model (combustion model). I dont plan to use any combustion model provided in FLUENT.

Please help. I want to link the advance combustion model to fluent.

Under which DEFINE macro should I write my code???

Any help will be appreciate.
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