# How to Include Exponential in UDF

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 September 10, 2008, 23:25 How to Include Exponential in UDF #1 RL Guest   Posts: n/a Hi i am writing an UDF for heat flux which includes an equation, in that equation i have exponential factor, and i have wrote that UDF, while compiling that UDF its showing an error in exponential factor, so can any body tell me how to solve this probelm.

 September 11, 2008, 00:28 Re: How to Include Exponential in UDF #2 CDE Guest   Posts: n/a exp(number)

 September 11, 2008, 00:29 Re: How to Include Exponential in UDF #3 jay Guest   Posts: n/a I think default fluent compiler will not solve exponential funtion..for that you may have to install visual c+ +... or instead of going for exponetial function..u can give the 2.718^(some corelation)

 September 11, 2008, 01:51 Re: How to Include Exponential in UDF #4 wang Guest   Posts: n/a you can use the function (double) exp(double x) remeber x is defined as a real type in udf

 September 11, 2008, 02:04 Re: How to Include Exponential in UDF #5 RL Guest   Posts: n/a Hi CDE, Jay, and Wang thanks for ur attention, i am not getting clear picture, so pls can u tell me in detail. My equation wil be in the form of e^2x, so how to give this as input to fluent compiler.. Thanks.

 September 11, 2008, 17:51 Re: How to Include Exponential in UDF #6 CDE Guest   Posts: n/a exp(2.0*x)

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