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Old   January 16, 2003, 06:30
Default Total pressure and temperature, isentropic
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Does anyone have any idea how the code for the UDF for a boundary with time-varying (either sinusoidal or square-wave) total pressure and total temperature looks like?

Would it be possible to couple both the total pressure and total temperature so that they vary according to an isentropic relationship?

I have no experience at writing my own UDF (user defined function), so am finding it quite difficult to get started...

Thanks in advance.
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