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Old   June 30, 2023, 03:33
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hi, I want to apply a temperature gradient with UDF code in a wide channel. the channel is 2D and straightforward with the constant temperature at 2 wall sides. I tried to write code with C_T_G[1] but it didn't work. please help me
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By default FLUENT doesn't store temperature gradients. In the TUI, solve/set/expert and put keep the memory from freeing variables as yes. Do this before compiling your UDF.
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