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Old   July 1, 2005, 10:06
Default FDS - how to implement your FORTRAN model????
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Dear CFD peoople,

I need to use FDS for my project and I need to implement something in it. The problem is that I have strated soon with it by I have to move very quickly. I was thinking to an implementation of a droplet break up model /collisions something connnected with it.

I studied FORTRAN but I am still not very skillful with it. I looked at some books for CFD#: patankar, ferziger. I did simulation in FDS and are ok.

The problem is now how to started?

I downloaded the code and I am looking at it. I understand nothing!

How I can link my particles to the FDS code?

Please give me some recomandations!

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