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Old   November 6, 2017, 01:06
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I am trying to simulate a cylindrical porous wall which has not only rotational velocity, or tangential velocity, but also a radial inward velocity. Does anyone know jow I can specify the condition for velocity? Thank you
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This is not a standard boundary condition specification in CONVERGE, but we may be able to provide the required functionality. Please contact us at with some more details on your desired case setup.

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