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Old   July 7, 2011, 07:20
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Hi again, im currently modelling a propagating 2d wave within water using ansys fluent for my project
I was wondering if anyone could let me know if the inlet velocity conditions can be used properly instead of a UDF for a sinusoidal wave. I do not want to use a UDF for my project and it is not in a numerical wave tank so my end boundary condition is not a physical wall but a pressure outlet.

Any help would be great, i also have a second question posted so if you are skilled in this area i would appreciate answers for that also.

thanks in advance ,

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