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Old   July 3, 2011, 01:45
Default any access to update mass injected in InjecteModel?
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Hi FOAMers,
Is there an available access in InjectionModel to update injected mass instead of setting the mass total value in dictionary?
I'm trying to build an solver similar to coalChemicalFoam, but the injected mass is related to the temperature field in the gas domain. I looked hard, but failed to see any access to update the injected mass.

Any suggestion will be appreciated!

Here is the available options for injectionModels,
Manualnjection
PatchInjection
ConeInjection
ConeInjectionMP
FieldActivatedInjection

BTW, I'm using openfoam 1.7.x
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could anyone give me a hint, thanks
should I have to develop a new injectionmodel?
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