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Old   February 13, 2003, 20:19
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Hi, Sorry to be a pain in the neck..but i need help to set my inlet boundary condition as function of velocity profile. Basically my model has a depth of 30mm and i need to set the inlet condition as a UDF function in C prog. The velocity at 4 different points are..

depth 24mm - 0.23m/s depth 18mm - 0.28m/s depth 12mm - 0.33m/s depth 6mm - 0.38m/s

Can someone pls draft me the C prog for this function, i know its only a few lines but i am really bad at C prog. Pls..thanking you in advance, i really appreciate it
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Old   February 14, 2003, 07:33
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hello ravi, the UDF will not be in the C language syntax. It is having separate syntax. U can write ur own UDF program by following the example given in fluent help. I mean the way to write a UDF. ask me if u not clear.. prasanth
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