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Hi all,

I am modelling an exhaust system, and have created a .prof file with 4 time varying inlet velocity magnitude "pulses". I have loaded them into the respective BC's, however, on running the simulation, the inlet data does not change from the first set of conditions (inlet 1 on, the rest off).

Does anyone have any ideas why this could be?

Thanks!

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