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Old   April 30, 2000, 15:21
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I am trying to model two cases 1)oscillating flow ( 2-D rectangular duct and in one side the inlet and other sid ethe outlet while in the middle there are a body)

2) wave flow like with the same geometery above

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Old   July 14, 2000, 10:43
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Hi Mohd

Fluent 4.5 (structured grid Solver) supports harmonic (Fourier)/piecewise inflows BC, which can be a function of either space or time. Obviously for time, you need to model the flow as an unsteady phenomenon.

This should be relatively easy to setup check the user manuals

Regards Oliver
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