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Old   March 26, 2016, 03:11
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I have written a udf to calculate nucleation rate(function of temperature and concentration) taking temperature and concentration values from Ansys Fluent simulation.Now I need to extract the nucleation rate values.Can anyone suggest me how to extract this?
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Is the nucleation rate one value for the entire domain or local for each cell? For the former, you could print the value to the command line (using the Message function). As for the latter, you could employ user-defined memory (UDM) and display contours under results for this UDM.
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