January 25, 2023 at 7:16 amFAQParticipant
A UDS (User Defined Scalar) is used to solve scalar equations. When defining boundary conditions using a UDS, it is possible to give complex conditions using DEFINE_PROFILE and F_UDSI. However, the values given in DEFINE_PROFILE will not show up in post-processing functions (e.g.Display->Contours). If you want the values to be displayed, you can use C_UDMI(F_C0(f, t), THREAD_T0(t), 0) to store them and have them available for post-processing. You cannot use F_UDSI. Please note that because you are using C_UDMI instead of F_UDSI, you will need to check off Node Value in the options from the Contour panel.
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