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Old   August 3, 2010, 04:44
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hi dears
i have a question.please guid me.
how can define a table of prassure and temprature that be dependent to time for inlet boundry condition.
i have taken this tabular boundry condition from GTPOWER software that is an internal engine simulator software.as you know the exited fluid of engins dont have constant pressure and temprature and are variable.this result dont have standard function. i intend to apply this table to the inlet boundry condition of turbo charger.

for example

t=1 p=300 T=200
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t=n p=x T=y

i hope that you help me.
thanks alot
best regard
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This is a CEL 1D interpolation function. Have a look in the tutorial examples for how to use it.
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Old   August 3, 2010, 15:25
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thanks alot
what is number of example that is related to it?

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