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Old   October 6, 2021, 06:28
Cool rhoCentralFoam for unsteady inviscid external flow
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Dear all,

I am trying to find information about rhoCentralFoam. I have already successfully simulated the steady transonic inviscid flow over a RAE2822. Now I am wondering if I can do the same but for an unsteady flow, e.g. for oscillating inflow velocity or oscillating AOA. I can't seem to find any tutorials online, is this project doable? Can somebody give me any hints?
I am guessing that it could be an easy modification if for example I only need to assign v = v0*(1+0.01cos(2pi*t)) but I am not sure whether this can be done and how.

Please feel free to ask for more details and thank you in advance
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