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Old   July 28, 2011, 09:55
Default Multiple Velocity Boundary Conditions?
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Hi, I only have fairly basic knowledge of Fluent so bare with me...

In Fluent130, I am running a simple simulation involving an air blower in a large box volume for later pressure analysis on a surface to be placed in this box volume. I was wondering if anyone knows if there's a way to run multiple velocities at once for an inlet boundary condition instead of specifying a single value. If I want data for different velocities (maybe 5-35 m/s) out of this one inlet, it could take forever to run all those cases.

I've read some things online regarding the specification of either time dependent or position dependent velocity inlet boundary conditions using UDF's written in C, but this is not what I'm trying to do. Also...I don't know much about C...

Thanks for any ideas!
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