|January 19, 2011, 02:07||
DO I have to use UDF?
Join Date: Jan 2011
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My problem is I want to model a simple 2d water flow in a pipe and apply a some heating on the walls of the pipe.
I am new to this program and I am confused whether I should use UDF (user defined functions) to solve my problem?? or Fluent itself is capable.
I would appreciate if you guide me to useful tutorials other than the one on fluent website and Cornell University. Thank you.
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