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Old   May 4, 2009, 07:31
Default How can I use a model's outlet as another model's inlet??
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You can map the velocities from the outlet onto the new inlet. Export the vertex and data values from the outlet and you can modify it to read in as a table in the new file. This table has to be associated with the inlet using the Table option instead of standard inlet option.

If you have a simpler representation of the non-uniform velocities you can directly use the table editor.
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