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Old   December 5, 2012, 15:02
Default DEFINE_PROFILE for tube inlet temperature
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Hi everyone,
We know than if the inlet temperature of a tube changes with position or time across the inlet face, we can use a DEFINE_PROFILE macro to determine it profile. What if the temperature of the inlet changes with time and the function that it follows depends on the transient temperature of another boundary face in the domain that needs to be calculated at every time step?
Are we able to use the same DEFINE_PROFILE macro with two threads, one passed to the DEFINE_PROFILE as an argument and another using LOOK_UP thread?
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