|August 2, 2012, 12:03||
Assigning a Velocity Profile to a Boundary
Join Date: Dec 2010
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Dear FLUENT users,
Can you please suggest me how to assign a velocity profile that has been read by fluent to a boundary ? I have been trying to assign a conical velocity profile to a circular surface as the boundary condition. For this, I have created two separate files with r, u and r, v as my data points.
I read this files using read profile in FLUENT, But I am now struck in assigning them to the surface. Please Help me.
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