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UDF operates as a function of liquid fraction

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Old   October 22, 2021, 15:38
Default UDF operates as a function of liquid fraction
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Hello dear all
I am new to Fluent and I have a problem with writing a UDF.
I have a case consisting of phase change material(PCM) that is fully solid at first and a mini-channel with the water inlet on top of that. want to write a UDF to change water inlet velocity as PCM liquid fraction reaches 0.2.
the liquid fraction is defined in the report definition.
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Old   October 25, 2021, 00:15
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to control boundary condition one may use DEFINE_PROFILE macro
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