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Old   December 30, 2008, 10:08
Default How to define yplus by oneself!
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Hi everyone,

I want to use a damping function-fmu in my udf, and the expression of fmu contains yplus. As you know, we can only get the wall yplus in fluent, so i plan to write a udf to define the yplus by myself´╝îwhich changes with the distance from the wall.

Anybody have done this work or similar to it,please tell me how to write? Which macro could i use? Are there some udf examples relate to it? Thanks very much!!

Any help would be much appreciated. Micheal.
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