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Old   July 8, 2013, 13:44
Default How to disable a specific solver in FLUENT by UDF?
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Hello everyone.

How can I disable a specific solver in a certain computational zone in FLUENT, while it is still active in the other zones?

I'm simulating a furnace in Ansys FLUENT 14. There are 2 zones with a wall as common boundary (a interface). Both zones are defined as fluid. In one of them (say Zone 1), the combustion process occurs, while the other zone (Zone 2) contains a solidification process. The problem is when I enable Combustion Solver (Species Transport: Eddy Dissipation Model) and Solidification Solver, they are present in both zones which is not physical and causes some serious problems.

Now, Do I have to use UDF to disable Solidification Solver in Combustion Zone? Is it even possible?

Thank you for your kind responses...
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