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Old   February 18, 2019, 08:36
Default Swak4Foam: GroovyBC for inlet temperature
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Hello All,

I have modeled one cuboid. On one face I have specified Outlet (static pressure zero) condition and I am obtaining the value of the temperature at this face 1 with function object of Swak4Foam. Now at face2, I want to specify temperature which is 20 degrees higher than the temperature obtained at face1 using Swak4Foam.

I have attached the sample figure for reference to understand the problem.

Please help me to figure out the appropriate GroovyBC/Function to model this problem with the use of Swak4Foam.

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