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Old   July 11, 2005, 12:00
Default On debugging a Womersley Profile UDF
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Hi all, I am experiencing difficulties with the attached UDF. I found this UDF on the web. It's designed to calculate the velocity profile at the inlet for a pulsatile flow. I am having trouble compiling this succesfully. When doing so I get the following error message:

cpp -IC:\FLUENT.INC\fluent6.1.22/src -IC:\FLUENT.INC\fluent6.1.22/cortex/src -IC:\FLUENT.INC\fluent6.1.22/client/src -IC:\FLUENT.INC\fluent6.1.22/multiport/src -I. -DUDFCONFIG_H="<udfconfig.h>" C:\libudf\womer-sine.c Error: C:\libudf\womer-sine.c: line 56: Complex: too many arguments supplied (argument 1)

1 file(s) copied.

1 file(s) copied. (system "move user_nt.udf test\ntx86\3d")0 (system "copy C:\FLUENT.INC\fluent6.1.22\src\makefile_nt.udf test\ntx86\3d\makefile") 1 file(s) copied. 0 (chdir "test")() (chdir "ntx86\3d")() womer-sine.c Command line error D2027 : cannot execute 'C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\VC98\bin\c1.dll'

Done. ------------------------------------------------------ I would be greatful if somebody could provide some pointers/reference to overcome this problem as I have dealt with complex numbers in c.

Best Regards, David

Here is the code itself ------------------------------------------------------- #include "udf.h"

/*** typedefs and defines you will need ***/ typedef struct DCOMPLEX {double r,i;} dcomplex; #ifndef PI #define PI 3.1415926535 #endif double womervel(double alpha, int nfour, double *ccoef, double *scoef, double r, double t); double Cabs(); dcomplex zbes(int n, dcomplex y); dcomplex Cadd(); dcomplex Csub(); dcomplex Cmul(); dcomplex Complex(); dcomplex Cdiv(); dcomplex RCmul();

DEFINE_PROFILE(womersley, thread, position) { double p[ND_ND]; double r, d, x, y, z, t; face_t f; double scoef[10] = {0.0,0.0}; double ccoef[10] = {4.5128,-3.7549}; begin_f_loop(f, thread) { real q = RP_Get_Real("flow-time"); t = q/20.; F_CENTROID(p, f, thread); x = p[0]; y = p[1]; z = p[2]; r = sqrt(z*z + y*y); d = r/0.0254; F_PROFILE(f, thread, position) = 0.01*womervel(5.3, 2, ccoef, scoef, d, t); } end_f_loop(f, thread) } /************************************************** ******* * returns velocity given: * alpha = Womersley number * nfour = number of fourier coefficients * ccoef = vector of n=0..nfour cosine fourier coefficients * scoef = vector of n=0..nfour sine fourier coefficients * r = radius (must be between 0 and 1) * t = time fraction (must be between 0 and 1) ************************************************** ********/ double womervel(double alpha, int nfour, double *ccoef, double *scoef, double r, double t) { dcomplex zi,z1; double vel; double kt; int k; dcomplex za, zar, zJ0, zJ0r, zJ1, zf10, zq, zvel, zcoef, zJ1J0, zexpt, zqf10, zJ0rJ0; zi = Complex(0.0,1.0); z1 = Complex(1.0,0.0); vel = 2*ccoef[0]*(1-r*r); for (k=1;k<=nfour;k++) { kt = 2.0*PI*k*t; za = RCmul(alpha*sqrt(k)/sqrt(2),Complex(-1.0,1.0)); zar = RCmul(r,za); zJ0 = zbes(0,za); zJ0r = zbes(0,zar); zJ1 = zbes(1,za); zJ1J0 = Cdiv(zJ1,zJ0); zf10 = RCmul( 2.0, Cdiv( zJ1J0,za ) ); zcoef = Complex(ccoef[k],-scoef[k]); zexpt = Complex(cos(kt),sin(kt)); zq = Cmul(zcoef,zexpt); zqf10 = Cdiv(zq,Csub(z1,zf10)); zJ0rJ0 = Cdiv(zJ0r,zJ0); zvel = Cmul(zqf10,Csub(z1,zJ0rJ0)); vel += zvel.r; } return vel; } /* the following routines are from Numerical Recipes in C */ dcomplex Cadd(a,b) dcomplex a,b; { dcomplex c; c.r=a.r+b.r; c.i=a.i+b.i; return c; } dcomplex Csub(a,b) dcomplex a,b; { dcomplex c; c.r=a.r-b.r; c.i=a.i-b.i; return c; } dcomplex Cmul(a,b) dcomplex a,b; { dcomplex c; c.r=a.r*b.r-a.i*b.i; c.i=a.i*b.r+a.r*b.i; return c; } dcomplex Complex(re,im) double re,im; { dcomplex c; c.r=re; c.i=im; return c; } dcomplex Cdiv(a,b) dcomplex a,b; { dcomplex c; double r,den; if (fabs(b.r) >= fabs(b.i)) { r=b.i/b.r; den=b.r+r*b.i; c.r=(a.r+r*a.i)/den; c.i=(a.i-r*a.r)/den; } else { r=b.r/b.i; den=b.i+r*b.r; c.r=(a.r*r+a.i)/den; c.i=(a.i*r-a.r)/den; } return c; } double Cabs(z) dcomplex z; { double x,y,ans,temp; x=fabs(z.r); y=fabs(z.i); if (x == 0.0) ans=y; else if (y == 0.0) ans=x; else if (x > y) { temp=y/x; ans=x*sqrt(1.0+temp*temp); } else { temp=x/y; ans=y*sqrt(1.0+temp*temp); } return ans; } dcomplex RCmul(x,a) double x; dcomplex a; { dcomplex c; c.r=x*a.r; c.i=x*a.i; return c; } /* this is something we wrote to compute the nth order Bessel * function given a complex argument */ dcomplex zbes(int n, dcomplex y) { dcomplex z,zarg,zbes; int i; zarg = RCmul(-0.25,Cmul(y,y)); z = Complex(1.0,0.0); zbes = Complex(1.0,0.0); i = 1; while (Cabs(z)>1e-20 && i<=10000) { z = Cmul(z,RCmul(1.0/i/(i+n),zarg)); if (Cabs(z)<=1.e-20) break; zbes = Cadd(zbes,z); i++; } zarg = RCmul(0.5,y); for (i=1;i<=n;i++) zbes = Cmul(zbes,zarg); return zbes; }
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Old   December 2, 2011, 05:56
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Hello David,
maybe the answer is 6 years too late but the code can be compiled quite well. Your error emerges when you try to interpret with FLUENT. Use the compile fuction and everything will work.

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