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Hi guys. I want to use fully developed velocity as inlet in openfoam. is there any way to do it?
to explain more, I want to run a simulation on a chanel and get a fully developed fluid flow and fetch the velocity values at the last cell(near the outlet) and use them as inlet velocity values. the question is


1- is it possible to do use this kind of input for inlet velocity in openfoam?
2- if yes, how to fetch the velocity of last cell in flow direction?


the geometry is the same for both case.
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