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Russ December 4, 2002 07:36

user-defined inlet
 
I am trying to set an inlet with my own velocity profile in Phoenics 3.4. Can anyone please advise me of the best way to do this?

Russ

leon mills December 4, 2002 17:41

Re: user-defined inlet
 
Depends on how accurate you need to be.

A profile requires some coding in 'inform / plant...'

A less accurate but maybe acceptable is to create a series of strips' to create a stepped profile.

Hope this helps.

Leon

Thomas December 6, 2002 10:31

Re: user-defined inlet
 
Could you please show a simple example of how to do this with InForm??

Thomas

leon mills December 9, 2002 17:34

Re: user-defined inlet
 
I currently do not use this feature. I just know that it exists.

Sorry I can not help.

Try the tutorials on chams web site.

Leon


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