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Old   December 30, 2009, 13:40
Question Inlet in function of time
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Hi,

Please, how impose a temperature in function of the time as inlet for an unsteady problem. As for exemple a drop of 10 C on 10 second for an unstationnary problem of 120 s.
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Hi,

Please, how impose a temperature in function of the time as inlet for an unsteady problem. As for exemple a drop of 10 C on 10 second for an unstationnary problem of 120 s.
Thank you
I'm pretty sure that it's only possible by a User Defined Function (UDF). Unfortunately I can't offer any details.
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