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Old   July 30, 2015, 16:00
Default Rotating Velocity Inlet BC
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Hello,

i'm modelling two rotating discs sitting in a water tank. I want to introduce a second phase (air) via this discs. However if i define my discs as air inlet boundaries, tangentional velocity option as in wall boundary is no longer available. Is there a possibility to do rotating velocity inlet boundaries?

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Old   August 17, 2015, 10:17
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if you go to physics values under your velocity inlet you can switch the method to be Table XYZ, then load in a table that has the correct velocity components in 3 columns for various points on your inlet. This will require a little math, but is very doable.
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