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Old   June 24, 2010, 10:33
Default Transferring BC from one simulation to another
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Hi All,

I am trying to simulate long complex bifurcating model in which I am trying to divide the model into smaller parts so that it is easier to converge.

For this purpose, I need to transfer the Outlet results of one model to the inlet BC of the next model. I understand, I can write a profile file at the outlet and use it for applying inlet-BC for the next simulation. The tricky part is that the BC needs to be transient i.e., varying with time. Any suggestions welcome.

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profile boundary cond., transferring bc, transient bc, udf, udf inlet boundary

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