|October 4, 2011, 08:06||
transient inlet profile
Join Date: Aug 2011
Posts: 70Rep Power: 6
I have a simple question.
How to make transient inlet profile in CFX?
the format of data likes this;(I attached my profile file)
0 <=t <=5sec : 15m/s
5.< t <= 10 sec : 16 m/s
10sec < t <=15 sec : 17 m/s
I did make csv file then impose profile on inlet surface in CFX
In cfx, there is interpolation option so when I look at inlet velocity with time,
the velocity is automatically interpolation with before velocity.
How to put this transient velocity profile on inlet surface without interpolation with before velocity?
I think CEL may be useful but not clear for me.
thank you for any comments on this problem
|October 4, 2011, 17:38||
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Sydney, Australia
Posts: 11,282Rep Power: 88
You should use a 1D interpolation function, not a 3D one for a simple application like this.
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