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Old   September 7, 2005, 15:39
Default Using Boundary Profiles (please help)
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San
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hi all,

I have tried using the boundary profile panel to write the velocity values of a outlet of a geometry (case1). These velocity values are needed as inlet condition for anther case (case2). I read the profile file as "read file" for the second case.

The mesh on the outlet of case1 and mesh on the inlet of case2 matches, yet the values on x,y,z,k,epsilon dont match exactly. The manual says that zero order interpolation is performed. So if the coordinates match then the values should match.

Does anyone know why they dont?

Thanks, San
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