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Old   September 25, 2013, 11:30
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I have some experimental flow data(time, mass flow) and want to use this as a transient mass flow inlet boundary condition. How do i do this? All the UDF examples i see have an equation and not raw data that i have.

Can i make a profile ?
Or do i make a UDF?

Surely there must be an easy way of putting into FLUENT a time,mass flow boundary condition. In Star it is so easy..

The help in FLUENT is bad for explaining this
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