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qascapri August 14, 2009 11:04

Reading/Writing Profiles in tilted geometry
 
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Hello
I want to simulate flow in a ribbed two pass channel (bend). For that, I need to read velocity and turbulent profiles from another case. The case from which the profiles are to be read, is a single ribbed segment. Due to ease in meshing, I made the geometry of that segment in a way that the inlet and the outlet are alligned to the rib direction (figure attached). The inlet to the two pass channel is also tilted in same way (figure attached). But the problem is that when I write the profile at the inlet of the two pass channel it is not the same as the outlet profile of ribbed segment.

I am reading Velocity Magnitude. x,y and z-velocities, k and Epsilon profiles.

I tried with untitled outlet (of ribbed segment) and inlet (of 2 pass channel) and it works fine. But problem is meshing than.

Please guide me where I am wrong.

Regards
Waseem


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