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Old   September 6, 2002, 10:49
Default Could Fluent simulate random process?
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I have posted this message in my previous topic, but I am urgent to get the answer.

The impact of fluctuating part of velocity is very important to my problem besides mean one. It is possible to import the velocity histories(mean velocity+ fluctuating velocity) into Fluent through UDF as velocity inlet BC. I doubt whether Fluent could simulate this random problem. Since as the random BC is introduced, the field variables should be random process after convergence.This is an unsteady problem,but it differs from the periodical one. If, how I know it has achieved convergence when using unsteady solver?And how to get the result data?


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