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Old   July 13, 2021, 16:54
Default PLOTTING UDF HEAT SOURCE as a function of time at a given location
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Hello everyone, hope all are doing good!
Situation : I am doing transient heat transfer axis symmetric 2D problem in ansys fluent and I loaded a Heat generation rate per unit volume as a UDF and ran and I got the solution. My UDF consists of a heat source as a function of (x,y) I am able to plot temperature vs time for a given location. Now, I want to plot my heat source UDF(volumetric heat generation rate) for a given point as a function of time in CFD post or even in FLUENT Results. Can anyone guide me regarding this?

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