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Old   September 27, 2004, 09:13
Default Fluent Subroutine
Selda Alpay
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I am a new user in Fluent 6.0. Could you please inform me about FLUENT subroutines? If subroutines are possible with Fluent, what's the function of Fluent, is it just for postprocessing.
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Old   September 29, 2004, 15:23
Default Re: Fluent Subroutine
Nick Chepurniy
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Did you try looking in the UDF (User Defined Functions) Fluent manual ? You can write functions in c and then either compile them or interpret them.
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Old   September 30, 2004, 01:59
Default Re: Fluent Subroutine
Selda Alpay
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Thank you for your interest. As far as I know UDFs are for boundary conditions and physical properties. I mean If one can interpret his/her own code and use Fluent as a postprocessor.

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