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Old   May 27, 2010, 03:01
Default Time series of velocity at inlet/outlet as boundary condition
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Dear All,
I want to model a 3D open channel flow problem with varying depth and velocity at upstream with FLUENT. I have time series of velocity and depth at upstream. Please let me know how I can impose these time series to my model boundary condition.
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