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Old   January 23, 2005, 22:27
Default Fully Developed Boundary Condition at Duct Inlet
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Hi everyone,

I try to impose a fully-developed turbulent boundary condition at a duct inlet. Is the 1/7-power-low velocity profile as in CFX tutorial 9 a proper approximation? What are other popular power-low velcity profile expressions? And how can I get the K and epsilon inlet profile if the k-e turbulence model was adopted?

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Old   January 24, 2005, 02:31
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You can easily specify your own inlet profile in CFX5.7. See the profile boundary condition (under solver theory if I'm right) in the user manual for details. Good luck, TB
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