|August 30, 2010, 04:37||
Join Date: Jan 2010
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I was wondering if it is usually possible with FLUENT to simulate the inverse to the 'typical process'??
As a 'typical process' I understand like I set a profile flow in the boundary area and an obstacle, and I simulate the behaviour around this obstacle of the flow.
So the inverse process would look like: i set an obstacle and flow behaviourīs data in a point over, next, or really close to my obstacle. And I want to calculate how would need to be the flow in the boundary area.
Can this be done??
The problems i talk about are related to wind and buildings.
Thanks in advance!
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