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Old   October 16, 2012, 16:51
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Hello all!

I'm a first year graduate student studying magnetic nano-particle separation using Fluent, and I need help on implementing a UDF that would base itself off of the Eulerian model.

DEFINE_DPM_BODY_FORCE is a good one for me in that it works well with a magnetic field to provide the body forces on the particles, but it also is a Lagrangian-based model from what I can tell as it has a particle tracking component embedded in the code.

I read some other threads as saw some items about UDS (User Defined Scalar) tools. Would this be the best route or no? If anyone has suggestions for me, I'm all ears. I am fairly new to using UDFs for that matter. Thanks in advance to those who can help.

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