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UDF to modify underrelaxation factor
Client wants to set URF for temperature at iteration 0 to 0.9 and gradually increase it to 1.0 over a set number of iterations.
The following UDF does this.
You must set function hooks for the adjust and init functions, and you need to add an execute-command statement. Instructions are in the source code.
UDF to linearly scale the temperuatre relaxation factor by the
You must hook the ADJUST and INIT functions through th Define->Function Hooks panel.
This UDF is used in conjunction with a TUI COMMAND:
(rpsetvar 'temperature/relax (%rp-var-value 'temperature/relax))
This updates FLUENT's copy of temperature/relax from the value cached
to the user-defined function
Add this command to Solve->Execute Commands and put it into the "command"
by William Wangard, Ph.D.
FLUENT does not guarantee any UDFs supplied through regular technical support.
/* Global iteration counter */
static real iter = 0.;
/* Function to set the counter to zero */
iter = 0.0;
/* Automatically called when you click Solve->Initialize-Initialize */
/* Automaticlly called at the beginning of each iteration */
real a, imax, b, urf;
a = urf at first iteration
b = urf at end if imax iterations
urf = a + i/imax * (b-a)
a = 0.9;
b = 1.0;
imax = 50.0;
/* Assume URF = a + i/imax * b */
if (iter > imax)
urf = 1.0;
urf = a + (iter/imax) * (b-a);
/* Message("iteration = %f urf = %fn", iter, urf); */
/* Set the RPVAR */