An optional section of the file allows forcing functions to be defined. These are enclosed in the
FORCING tag. The forcing type is enclosed within the
FORCE tag and expressed in the file
The force type can be any one of the following.
This force type allows the user to apply an absorption layer (essentially a porous region)
anywhere in the domain. The user may also specify a velocity profile to be imposed at the
start of this layer, and in the event of a time-dependent simulation, this profile can be
modulated with a time-dependent function. These velocity functions and the function defining
the region in which to apply the absorption layer are expressed in the
however the name of these functions are defined here by the
COEFF tag for the layer, the
REFFLOW tag for the velocity profile, and the
REFFLOWTIME for the time-dependent
If a list of
BOUNDARYREGIONS is specified, the distance to these regions is available as additional
r in the definition of the
This force type specifies the name of a body forcing function expressed in the
This force type specifies the name of a moving frame function expressed in the
The frame velocity functions defines the constant velocity of the reference frame.
This force type allows a forcing function to be applied directly within the code, thus it has no associated function.
This force type allows the user to specify the magnitude of a white noise force. Optional arguments can also be used to define the frequency in time steps to recompute the noise (default is never) and the number of time steps to apply the noise (default is the entire simulation).