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Old   July 13, 2021, 07:21
Default UDF generation for pulsatile flow from sinusoidal wave
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Hello CFD wizards,



I am working on patient specific AVF Geometry, and I want to use the sinusoidal wave (Inlet mass flow rate) for pulsatile blood flow as inlet boundary condition, which is attached to this thread for reference. How do I create the UDF from this wave ?



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Old   July 13, 2021, 12:28
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Do you have an equation for this pulse?
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No sir, I have only that waveform figure. Please let me know, how can I proceed further from this waveform to create a UDF

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depends on how long your simulation will be :
1. you may use transient profile
Inlet Speed
https://www.ozeninc.com/tech-tip-flu...text-file-udf/
2. in case you are going to have long simulation you may try to use UDF:
a. divide your graph to some parts and extract equations for each
b. read your graph as a table and interpolate data between points
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Hello sir,

Thanks for your inputs. I've tried the 1st method i.e. to create the .txt file with X and Y variables. However, I would like to try using UDF rather than .txt file. Can you elaborate the points 2a and 2b ?



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