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Old   June 2, 2021, 11:26
Default Cylindrical coordinate system in SU2
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I'm running a 3D simulation for a coaxially corotating disc using SU2 where I need to specify velocity-inlet boundary conditions in the radial and tangential directions. but the format of the velocity inlet in the form of
% Format: ( inlet marker, total temperature, total pressure, flow_direction_x,
flow_direction_y, flow_direction_z, ... )
Can we specify velocities using a cylindrical direction vector? or I have to map the velocity in the cartesian frame and import the data as a velocity inlet?
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Old   June 2, 2021, 15:31
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I think you can find some examples here
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