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 ivanbuz June 17, 2010 17:21

Urgent! UDF error "implicit declaration of function"

Urgent, will wait online for answers!

After compiling the following UDF, I see the error message "inlet_u.c:39: warning: implicit declaration of function erf". And the simulation crash if I continue using this UDF.

The only problem is the function erf. But I have included math.h, anything else needs to be done? Or math.h is NOT the right header file to include if I want to use function erf? erf is error function.

What is the reason? and How can I solve it? Thanks!

/* UDF for specifying a transient inlet velocity profile boundary condition */
#include "udf.h"
#include "math.h"

#define PI 4.*atan(1.)
#define RT 0.00183

real VM=21.911;
real VNin=0.01;

/**************** x velocity ****************/
{

face_t f;
real t,dt,u;
real D1,D2,D3,D4,D5,D6,D7;
real G1,G2,G3;

/* wind gust model parameters */
D1=VM*700;
D2=7/(3*RT);
D3=1;
D4=3/(3*RT);
D5=0.15;
D6=7/(10*RT);
D7=2*PI/(RT/10);

/* get flow time */
t = CURRENT_TIME;

/* u = X Velocity */
if (t<=VNin*RT)
{ u = VM;}
else
{ /* get dt */
dt = t-VNin*RT;
/* wind gust model */
G1=D1*dt*exp(-D2*dt);
G2=D3*erf(D4*dt);
G3=D5*exp(-D6*dt)*sin(D7*dt);

/* get u */
u = VM+G1+G2+G3;}

/* assign X velocity */
{ F_PROFILE(f, thread, index) = u; }
}

 DoHander June 17, 2010 17:28

I suppose you are on a Windows system ? If yes the erf function is not implemented in math.h . So basically you will need to implement a custom version of erf in your UDF function.

If you are on Linux erf should be already defined in math.h so you need to search for the error in a different place.

Do

 ivanbuz June 17, 2010 17:35

(post here again to make sure you can see my response)

Thank you so much for replying.

I run Fluent on Linux. I searched the src folder (it contains the udf.h file) for the file math.h and did NOT find it.

If I have to implement a custom version of erf, how to do it?

I checked the UDF manual, it says "C compilers include a library of standard mathematical and I/O functions", but it does not say what if I want to use a function like erf.

 bgu June 18, 2010 05:46

Quote:
 Originally Posted by ivanbuz (Post 263471) (post here again to make sure you can see my response) Thank you so much for replying. I run Fluent on Linux. I searched the src folder (it contains the udf.h file) for the file math.h and did NOT find it. If I have to implement a custom version of erf, how to do it? I checked the UDF manual, it says "C compilers include a library of standard mathematical and I/O functions", but it does not say what if I want to use a function like erf.
If it will be a help for you I can show you the erf I use in a UDF. I converted a Fortran version found on the internet into C.

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