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Old   November 8, 1999, 23:44
Default Help!!! Fluent 5.0 users!
Jayanti Sinha
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Hi, I need to compute and plot gradients of temperature versus time in a transient 2-D simulation of conduction in a cylindrical rod. I am using Fluent 5.0 and I know that I have to write a udf for this, but I just can not seem to get it to work. I've tried C_UDSI as well as C_UDSI_G.

I'd welcome any suggestions at all on how to go about this. Thanks!

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Old   November 9, 1999, 18:04
Default Re: Help!!! Fluent 5.0 users!
Sung-Eun Kim
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Dear FLUENT user,

This type of question is for your support engineer to take care of. If you don't get a timely support on this matter, please contact me.
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