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Old   February 8, 2011, 07:09
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Hello everyone,

I'm studying a long cylindric pipe and in order to reduce the number of diameters to obtain a fully developed profile, i tried to introduce a velocity profile in inlet condition.
This works without problems but i would like to introduce also the turbulence kinetic energy and the dissipation rate profiles. The most easy way is to use a transfer element (i tried it) to import all these profiles but it doesn't work at all. How can i do?
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kinetic energy profile, transfer, velocity profile

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