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Old   August 31, 2022, 08:16
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Hi foamers!

I'm pretty new using OpenFOAM and I was wondering if there was any option of setting a time varying velocity vector, with constant amplitude and variable angle of attack for PisoFoam solver, such a sinusoidal behaviour. In fact, I have been investigating and I run into the "oscillatingFixedValue" BC, but it doesn't work for my case, cause it changes the amplitude of the velocity vector.

I would really appreciate your collaboration.

Thank all of you in advance!

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