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Old   November 3, 2011, 15:51
Default Setting Temporal Boundary conditions in ANSYS CFX
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Hi everybody.
I am working on a pulsatile pump simulation which is an FSI problem where I am using Transient structural and CFX. In this problem I want to mimic valve at inlet and outlet by using time based boundary condition i.e. the boundary condition should change based on timesteps, so that at the time of fluid output I will make the outlet boundary as outlet and inlet boundary as wall and in filling phase will do the reverse.

Is it really possible to place these boundary conditions in this fashion, if so please post your answer.

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Please somebody answer my question. I am in a great need, please help me.

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