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Old   October 27, 2016, 16:11
Question UDF for heat transfer coefficient
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i am studying on natural convection over plate(vertical,horizontal or inclined),i wonder that can i change the surface heat transfer coefficient with udf ? if i can then which macro i should use (DEFINE_ADJUST,DEFINE_HEAT_FLUX,DEFINE_EXECUTE_END or DEFINE_PROFILE ) ?
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We once used DEFINE_PROFILE to update the heat transfer coefficient. The HTC updated as surrounding temperature. DEFINE_ADJUST should also work fine.
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