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Old   November 27, 2002, 04:46
Default Getting values from fluent solver
Moshiur R. Chowdhury
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Hello, I am trying to simulate some ionized chemical reactions by using source code in fluent. For this case, I want to get the cell values for gamma (sp. heat ratio), internal energy for my source code. Can anybody help me how to get these values from fluent solver?

Sincerely, Moshiur
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Old   November 27, 2002, 10:33
Default Re: Getting values from fluent solver
E. David Huckaby
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The function for gamma is located in the file "sg_mem.h". This is in the same directory as the file "udf.h". You might have to explicitly write out a formula for internal energy in terms of the enthalpy, pressure and density. You might also find the functions located in "prop.h" useful for your problem, particularly the function "Reference_Enthalpy".

hope this helps, Dave

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Old   November 27, 2002, 14:41
Default Re: Getting values from fluent solver
Moshiur R.Chowdhury
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Thanks a lot David.

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