|January 7, 2010, 09:00||
velocity data as patch boundary condition
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Hi foamers ;
I have a U data and i want to put it in the inlet of my domain as a boundary condition ,, I'm sure that openFoam can do this thing , i didn't find any thing in user guide about that except the type calculated as a patch type
i know the number of faces on theinlet patch and the start face number as in boundary file in polymish directory but, i don't know in what is the order of the faces of my inlet patch beginning from the start face to the last face
any one can help ?
Last edited by openfoam1; January 7, 2010 at 09:23.
|January 9, 2010, 19:18||
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There is a boundary condition called timeVaryingMappedFixedValue which can make use of (even transient) data from files.
Have a look at the pitzDaily tutorial case.
The boundary condition is used there.
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