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Old   April 11, 2011, 06:54
Default Changing LimitedLinear to blend with 2nd order upwind instead of 1st order upwind
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Does anybody have experience with changing LimitedLinear to blend with 2nd order upwind instead of 1st order upwind?

I am trying this but I cannot get this to work. I have tried to make my own LimitedLinearVanHaren which works with filteredLinearVanHaren. However when I try to compile this the compiler cannot find the things declared in LimitedLinearVanHaren when compiling filteredLinearVanHaren. This makes sense to me since "LimitedLinearVanHaren" is not in the "files" file.

However, "LimitedLinear" is also not in the "files" file. So how does the compiler now where to look for "LimitedLinear" when compiling filteredLinear etc? How can I link these two classes?
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