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Old   January 27, 2016, 13:29
Default Saving array or matrix in UDM
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For a user defined scalar function I wish to save cell center values of a given scalar at each iteration (similar to temperature, velocity etc. in fluent). To do so I believe that I have to use a user defined memory allocation. However, Fluent states that I am limited to 500 UDM variables.

If my discretization requires more than 500 cells, how do I save all of them?

Is the UDM variable simply a memory location (like a pointer in c) so that I could save an entire array or matrix in a single UDM variable or will I be able to save only one value (1) to a single UDM?

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Old   January 16, 2017, 03:22
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As far as I know, we cannot save an array or matrix ( e.g gradient of a scalar) in UDM. Therefore, it's just for values.
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