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Old   January 19, 2006, 03:48
Default problems orientating profile
Ralf Schmidt
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I want to read in the boundary profile xxx into my simulation as a velocity inlet. The profile xxx has the same orientation and the same size as the surface in my geometry that is defined as velocity inlet.

But when I start iterating, it turned out, that the profile at the velocity inlet is 90 turned to the original profile xxx.

Now I used define->profiles->orient to orient my profile. After that, the only message is

"warning: no x,y or z points specified in profile xxx"

And I can not iterate...

What is the problem?


P.S. has someone the online help for the version 6.2.16 ?? I can only access the 6.0 ant the 6.1 documentation
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Old   March 30, 2014, 10:00
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Dear Ralf Schmidt

Do you find any solution of the issue. I have the exact same problem as you had!
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