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Old   October 29, 2019, 09:02
Question host_to_node global variable
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Dear all,

This is the part of UDF manual for Fluent:

Note that these host_to_node communication macros do not need to be "protected'' by compiler directives for parallel UDFs, because all of these macros automatically do the following:
  • send the variable value if compiled as the host version
  • receive and then set the local variable if compiled as a compute node version
  • do nothing in the serial version

I wonder if there is a possibility to set global variables for each compute node with this (or another) macro.

I am using this macro for DPM calculations. In my UDF the host recognizes different injection types and I would like it to pass the number of each injection type to every node. This is done on UDF loading, yet the values are required in subsequent macro (I don't want to check number and types of injections on every single time step calculation).

Here is the part of the code:

Code:
int number_of_injections;
int number_of_injections_DROP;
int number_of_injections_DUST;

DEFINE_EXECUTE_ON_LOADING(Check_Injections,libudf)
{
#if RP_HOST
int i;
Injection *I;						/* Pointer to the injection structure */
Injection *Ilist;					/* Pointer to the injection name type */
Ilist = Get_dpm_injections();

number_of_injections = 0;
number_of_injections_DROP = 0;
number_of_injections_DUST = 0;

loop(I, Ilist)
{
	number_of_injections++;
if(strncmp(dust_injection_key, I->name, strlen(dust_injection_key)) == 0)
	{
		number_of_injections_DUST++;
	}
if(strncmp(drop_injection_key, I->name, strlen(drop_injection_key)) == 0)
	{
		number_of_injections_DROP++;
	}
}
#endif

host_to_node_int_3(number_of_injections,number_of_injections_DUST,number_of_injections_DROP);

Message("There are %d injection(s) detected: %d dust injection(s) and %d drop injection(s)\n", number_of_injections, number_of_injections_DUST, number_of_injections_DROP);
}
While the host correctly recognise that there are 2 droplets and 3 dust injections, the nodes print incorrect values.

Any suggestion would be highly appriciated.
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Old   October 30, 2019, 01:13
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show output.
make a message on nodes only
problem could be in the way, how you define your variables (now you've defined them as global variables everywhere)
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