March 28, 2021 at 4:33 pmAakarshKSubscriber
I am trying to do a multiphase simulation of hydrogen gas-liquid interaction. I am referring to a paper in which they have implemented UDF for mass and energy source terms. Also UDF for heat flux on certain wall sections.
Is it possible to write a single UDF incorporating both the mass source term as well as the wall heat fluxes?
Or a way to write time-dependent expressions of heat flux for selected walls in fluent setup?
The image shows the 2d geometry of the liquid hydrogen tank.March 28, 2021 at 6:05 pmYasserSelimaSubscriberIs it possible to write a single UDF incorporating both the mass source term as well as the wall heat fluxes?nYes .. you can write a UDF that has many macros, not just two.nOr a way to write time-dependent expressions of heat flux for selected walls in fluent setup?nYes, it is possible .. nViewing 1 reply thread
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