|August 19, 2013, 00:14||
About the $internalField boundary condition
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Playing around with some tutorial examples in OF, i've stumped with some weird type of fixedValue boundary condition specification. Something like this:
I've been searching in the guides for months, but never found anything about the $internalField operator. What is the meaning of it? And where can I find lectures about it?
Thanks in advance!!!
|August 19, 2013, 01:43||
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You can refer previously defined variables in OpenFOAM dictionaries.
In this case, you would have something like
internalField uniform 0;
|September 2, 2013, 11:32||
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Although Bernhard reply was somehow sufficient and complete. I can add that for instance for pressure of the domain in free jets that exit to the non-confined environments; we can use this type of boundary condition.
The internal field value is 1e05 pa.
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