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Old   October 4, 2010, 16:48
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I'm doing my master thesis for a company and I need some help with UDF programing.

Lets say that the geometry is a 3D box and the company has given me a file containing the x,y,z cordinates with the center of each cell and the energy value of each cell.

How do i insert these energy values at the right cordinates in my geometry in fluent?

I have done some reading and I know that I somehow should write an UDF file with some source term that is enegy, but i dont understand how.

Please Help me!!

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