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can velocity_inlet being set as zero?

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Old   April 28, 2011, 14:56
Default can velocity_inlet being set as zero?
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I defined time varying velocity inlet. For 0<current_time<1, velocity inlet is 1m/s. For 1<curren_time<2, there is no velocity inlet. It means that velocity inlet equals to zero. Can anyone pls make me clear that might velocity inlet being set as zero in boundary panel by user-defined function?

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