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I have to solve transient n-s equations using femlab for a plenum, inlet of which is connected to a compressor, now at compressor exit i know values of axial velocity coefficient at different time steps using which i can generate a fourier interpolation function which i need to feed as input to femlab (i have checked that 10th order fourier interpolation function matches with my data)

2. Relevant equations

how do i pass a 10th order fourier interpolation function for inflow velocity to femlab?, Is there some easy way to generate such function and pass it? or can i directly provide it with data???

3. The attempt at a solution

i haven't been able to solve it yet...

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# Femlab transient n-s problem

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