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Old   December 4, 2002, 07:36
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Russ
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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?

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Old   December 4, 2002, 17:41
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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.

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Old   December 6, 2002, 10:31
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Could you please show a simple example of how to do this with InForm??

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Old   December 9, 2002, 17:34
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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.

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