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Old   October 12, 2007, 03:15
Default Force with direction at inlet
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Is there any way to apply a force with direction at an inlet.

I know it is possible to specify a pressure inlet with the direction of the flow, but I would like to have both a specified pressure and a shear force at an inlet.

- Terje
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Old   October 14, 2007, 12:16
Default Re: Force with direction at inlet
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Hi again,

I have asked this question before and I did not get any answer that time either.

It seems to me like a very simple thing to do (not more difficult numerically than applying a pressure) but I do not seem to find a way to do it in CFX, which is frustrating to me since I need it done.

It would be nice also with an answer confirming my current suspection that this is not easily done.

Thanks for your help!
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