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Old   August 6, 2013, 15:50
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Hi everyone,
i`m trying to simulate on fluent the behavior of a partially filled vessel engulfed by fire. The problem is that in the vapor phase, i want to define a heat transfer coefficient for both radiation and convection. It`s possible to define with an UDF a heat transfer coefficient and what is the macro?

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