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Old   June 28, 2019, 04:45
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I'm currently working on the effects of radiation in working solid rocket motor performance. I'm using the Discrete Ordinates Method for radiation modelling in Fluent. I have UDF which calculates the fuel and products formation rate based on mass and energy balance. Hence I require UDF macros for species mass fractions, temperature, density etc which are readily available for access. But there no details available on UDF macros for obtaining the data from Radiation results such as Incident Radiation, Volumetric Emitted/Absorbed Radiation etc. If anyone knows UDF macros for the above-mentioned data could you kindly share them me?

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