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Old   August 31, 2016, 15:05
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Looking for advice on how to handle this problem I'm working on.

I have a pressure profile around a blade from an infinite cascade simulation.

Now I need to add walls for a test section that will replicate the pressure profile around the blade. My intent was to use the mesh morpher or adjoint solver to magically match the profile, but apparently that requires writing a UDF to compare the profiles(?)

Is there an easier way to match the profiles or will I need to learn UDF?

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