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Old   July 17, 2006, 10:30
Default defining volume properties via UDF
Ralf Schmidt
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I have an anisotropic and inhomogen porous medium. How to model that?

Is it possible, to define the properties of a volume (porous zone properties like resistance coefficients) via an UDF???

There could be something like a lookup table that defines the resistance coefficients for some points in the porous zone. Inbetween that points the UDF must perform an interpolation...

Any Idea?

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