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Default udf for velocity profile in a geometry having two inlets
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Hi,
In my geometry i have 2 inlets and i have to define parabolic velocity profile for both inlets.
I know the udf for parabolic velocityprofile when origin lies at the inlet. But how i write velocity profile udf when origin not lies at the inlet???
please help me its really very urgent..
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