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Old   July 22, 2017, 15:28
Default Mapping velocity data to a boundary
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I would like to map an experimental data (velocity) to my inlet boundary. The experimental velocity data is not uniform within the boundary. I have checked user guide, it explains how to map computational data from a time step, using mapFields command.

In my case, I have the velocity data in an external file (i.e. csv).

Can someone give me any recommendation on this? I couldnt find any tutorial/documentation about it.

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Using non-uniform inlet profiles in openFOAM:
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