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Old   March 19, 2013, 15:31
Default Multiple lagrangian injection models in OF 2.2.x
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I am updating some code to work with 2.2.x. In 2.1.x if I wanted multiple and different injection models, I had to create list and interate through it, and have one file for each injector. With 2.2.x is seems that is no longer necessary (which is awesome). I need to at least count the number of injectors present, but am getting lost navigating the template jungle. Does anyone know how to do this, and how to access properties on a per injector basis?
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To be clearer, I am looking for how to output the penetration length of each injector individually.
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