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Old   July 8, 2005, 01:00
Default Control on rotational velocity
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Dear Fluent users, (a) In the moving mesh boundary condition of a fluid domain, Do we have control over the rotational velocity. I mean, can we control the rotation (rad/s) through UDF.

(b) Can I get information about how to write a UDF for a input velocity, which is varying sinusoidaly. I want to apply this input velocity for a wall boundary condition.

If anyone has experience for the above please help me.

Thanks in advance. Balaji
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