|July 19, 2012, 15:40||
Fluent UDF: POSTPROCESSING
Join Date: Jul 2012
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i recently started learning udf. My objective is to implement heat flux lines in a square cavity with natural convection. It's supposed to be just like fluent shows us stream lines on "graphics and animations".
To do so, i started programing stream lines to be able to compare my results with fluent's results.
I'm having basic problems like what DEFINE should i use?
And after de code for calculation is done, do i use "return(name)"????
And when its finally compiled, isn't it diferent to calculate some number (like velocity inlet) and show a graphic???
Here's what i've already written:
am I on the right way?
Last edited by mila_oliv; July 19, 2012 at 16:58.
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