|September 3, 2010, 10:19||
Help please UDF flow direction
Join Date: May 2010
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I have a problem, I wrote an UDF file in order to create a pressure gradient on an inlet. Eveything works, except that the direction of my flow is wrong.
In fact, the flow goes to the "+y" axis, but I want it to go to the "-y" axis ( I want to change the sign).
Here is my UDF:
y = x;
F_PROFILE(f,t,i) = -12750*y + 115100;
Anyone have a solution? I can't change anything on the inlet y-component of flow direction (normal, i select 'UDF pressure_profile') under boundaries conditions..
Thank you (excuse my english is poor, I'm french)
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