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Default How do I alter inletOutletFvPatchField to use a refValue calculated w/in the code?
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I am solving the governing equation within a loop as follows:

Code:
for (int m=0; m<mMax; ++m)
{
   for (int n = 0; n<nMax; ++n)
   {
      (Calculate Smn and phimn and extract Amn from a global A)
      
      scalar Aeqmn = Aeq[m][n];
      solve(fvm::ddt(Amn)+fvm::div(phimn,Amn)==SMN);

      (Update global A with updated Amn)
   }
}
I copied inletOutletFvPatchField to a new waveInletOutletFvPatchField and have it linked to the code. However, I need some guidance on how to modify it so that, at the inflow boundary cells, instead of applying a reference value read from an input file, it applies a Aeqmn (defined above the call to solve). Any help or reference to similar examples would be appreciated. Thanks.
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