Temporal Blending is usually used to smoothly apply an external source to the PDE. Therefore the source data s(t) is multiplied with a scalar blending function f(t) to get the output
r(t) = s(t) \cdot f(t)
The blending function is defined as explained in Math Expressions
The filter is defined as following in the CFSdat xml input:
For temporal Blending with the blending function f(t)=1-t^2
<temporalBlending inputFilterIds="input" id="blend"> <blendingFunction temporalFunction="1.0-t^2"/> <singleResult> <inputQuantity resultName="..."/> <outputQuantity resultName="..."/> </singleResult> </temporalBlending>
Please provide an acknowledgement at the end of your publication using this software part for simulations
The computational results presented have been achieved [in part] using the software openCFS [Temporal Blending].