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Old   November 5, 2010, 10:24
Default Energy source term in Discrete Ordinate Method
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Hello Everybody,

I have a configuration where I need to estimate the radiative properties. To achieve this, I use the discrete ordinate method in Fluent Software.
Nevertheless, I want to estimate by an UDF, the radiative source term in the energy equation, that is to say the divergence of the radiative flux.

I am familiar with UDF, but in documentation, very poor information are given (for example on the variables used in DOM). Consequently With discrete ordinate method, I have no Idea how to do this....
If somebody has any experience and want to help me...

Thank you very much

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Old   April 29, 2016, 10:15
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Hi, did you sort this problem out?
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