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Old   February 25, 2010, 17:32
Default How to use a solution as an inlet boundary condition in another problem in fluent
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Hi everbody. I'm working with fluent and my problem involves an inlet boundary condition. However I want to give this condition from another solution. How can I connect the results of this solution to a new problem as an inlet boundary condition. Also since the problems are transient, should every time step of the previous solution match the new problem's time steps or what should I do?. Thanks from now.
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