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Old   November 23, 2015, 11:54
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Hello everyone,
I am newbie in Ansys Fluent. Im trying to make a simulation of bubble in poolboiling using PCB as a heater.

How can I define the Custom Field Functions for initializing the temperature profile at X and Y direction?

Ive read the Horizontal Film Boiling Tutorial from Ansys Fluent, they defined the custom field function for the temperature but in Y direction only.

In my case, i have a heater placed on x: 0.03 to x: 0.1

Any kind of help would be very much appreciated ^^
Thank you...
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Old   November 23, 2015, 13:32
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you can use a udf to initialize your domain:

You can write your function of x and y and so you can easily patch the domain for initialization.
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