|August 7, 2012, 06:34||
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I got a transient velocity-profile consisting of point data and want to use it as boundary condition. As I know now, Fluent is consindering the time intervalls between two of these data points as linear. Unfortunately, there are arising some sharp edges in my profile then. Is it possible to make Fluent create kind of a Spline out of my point data and use this as boundary condition (hopefully this will be smoother)?
Thanks a million for any help and ideas!
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