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Old   October 25, 2016, 06:36
Default Defining Outlet pressure as a function of Inlet pressure
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Hi All,
Can somebody guide me on how to write a UDF for defining Outlet pressure as a function of inlet pressure?

for example,
Pout = 1.5*Pin.

Thanks.
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Hi All,
Can somebody guide me on how to write a UDF for defining Outlet pressure as a function of inlet pressure?

for example,
Pout = 1.5*Pin.

Thanks.
use any inlet pressure udf and create another profile to adjust your outlet boundary accordingly. i think you might find one example in the manual.
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