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Old   September 24, 2008, 09:09
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Dear openFOAM users and developers,

I'm an enthusiastic guy that is moving his first steps in the "OpenFOAM world" after being at the workshop in Milan.
I would like to create a simple transient case made of a box in which the fluid's velocity (say for example water) follows an harmonic law.
I need some help in defining the in/out boundary conditions and the fluid's velocity harmonic law. Have I to use the inletOutlet and outletInlet boundary conditions derived from mixed (see ref. pag. U-129)? In this case, has someone an example case that makes use of these bc?

Any help will be greatly appreciated!

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