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Old   November 21, 2012, 09:29
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i am using multiphase flows......
i have additional source term which is acting only on the secondary phases....
how to acess that in the udf..
i see the fluent manual
get two multiphase macros
THREAD_SUBTHREAD macros...but not clearly getting it.
both hv the same meaning?if not.then what is the difference between them.
which macro is useful for my problem?????????

please help.....

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