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Old   June 29, 2016, 09:11
Default Question regarding DEFINE_PROFILE or calling another udf from a udf.
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Hi,
I need to specify a "profile" on a wall, based on the volume average temperature in another cellzone.

As of now the parameter is defined through a DEFINE_PROFILE() UDF but the problem I am facing is regarding calculation of the volume average temperature in the cellzone.

The define profile udf is called for the thread specific to the boundary I am setting and will have a begin_f_loop() for applying the values.

I am confused as to how to add a second loop (to calculate the volume average) for a different cellzone inside the define profile.


If this is not possible, is there a way to
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