|July 14, 2005, 16:41||
Inlet flow has triangular wave form
Dear CFD users,
I have a pulsatile inlet flow that has a triangular wave form during regurgitation like below.
There is the peak point where pressure suddenly jumps. I have two questions:
1. Is it allowed to use this kind of a velocity form in CFD?
2. I need to calculate an average of pressure. If I do, is the value valid?
I'm looking foward to your precious answers. Thanks.
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