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Old   August 12, 2013, 05:58
Default Constraining internal points to be specific velocities
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Dear all,

I'm new to OpenFoam, and would like some tips on what I'm trying to do.

I would like to constraint an internal point within the flow field to have a specific velocity (magnitude and direction).

How would you approach this, would you set up "wall" and "points" type conditions under "boundary" in the "blockMeshDict" file?

Thanks..!

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CH
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