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Old   March 13, 2008, 13:31
Default Inlet table in STAR-CD
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Sachin
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Hi,

I have non uniform inlet (in terms of velocity, kinetic energy and dissipation rate), which I am supplying through inlet table (star.tbl). I have these non uniform inlet values for fixed inlet dimensions (Y coordinates). I have to use those values for bigger inlet (Y coordinates)where number of cells for which I have non uniform inlet values is less than my new inlet. I have tried using "Error" and " Extrapolate" option in star.tbl. But the case never converges and oscillates around a particular residual value.

In short I am looking for a way where same inlet values over fixed inlet can be used for variable inlet (having more number of cells at inlet)

Thank you for reading this. Sachin.
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Old   March 26, 2008, 11:22
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the max points in inlet.tbl is 64 points , you fixe y and x, z fixe 8 points each other
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