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Old   February 16, 2007, 16:46
Default udf:surface reaction:volumetric reaction: compile
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hello all

I have some problem using a udf to define both surface and volumetric reaction in one udf file. it compiles the file but when I put a message in the surface reaction connamnd, DEFINE_SR_RATE( .......), it does not show any message on the screen.

Please help me


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Old   February 16, 2007, 23:48
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Can u please be a bit more eloborate?
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Old   February 18, 2007, 04:20
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I compile my udf file successfully. I hook the name of the function in the hook panel. but it seems that when I star iterations fluent does not go to udf file at all. I put a command line to get it show me if it enters the udf file or not. but it does not show me any message on the screen. I use "Message("%s \n", r->name)" to see which reaction is adjusted. but it prints nothing.

Thanks for your consideration
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