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Old   April 13, 2009, 10:34
Default Application of real data as boundary conditions
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I am trying to do some validation in FLUENT for a heat transfer case and I have data of windspeed, air temperature and solar radiation with regards to time. I would like to apply these as boundary conditions but am unsure of how to approach this. I have tried using profiles but, as suspected, this does not seem to work. Could I use a UDF? Any suggestions/help much appreciated many thanks in advance.
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