|January 20, 2012, 05:36||
how can I declare variables - please help
Join Date: Jan 2012
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I would like to declare a variable in blockMeshDict.
It should look like this:
with "int" it doesn't seem to work.
Thank you very much
|January 20, 2012, 06:21||
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Location: Groningen, The Netherlands
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as far as I know creating blockMeshDict files including variables doesn't
work, though the file itself is written in C++ style.
If you want to use variables you better write yourself a small tool
(I'm not aware of one existing)
that creates a blockMeshDict file and with this tool you can create
insert values and variables in a blockMeshDict file, which are dependent
on each other.
For the case that I'm wrong, I would also be interested in how to include
variables in a different manor.
EDIT: This looks more like a topic for the blockMesh sub Forum than for
the running/solving sub Forum
|January 20, 2012, 06:40||
Join Date: Mar 2011
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I think that the "m4" macros are what you are looking for.
Just look for the corresponding tutorials
.../tutorials> find ./ -name *m4
and also in the forum.
I have not used this my self but it looks easy to understand.
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