|March 10, 2011, 18:21||
Saving boundary conditions to a variable
Join Date: Mar 2011
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I am trying to use a custom script (within the Java macro function) to export boundary condition values, but I ran into some trouble. I am trying to use the function similar to the following:
SurfaceIntegralReport surfaceIntegralReport_0 = simulation_0.getReportManager().createReport(Surfa ceIntegralReport.class);
PrimitiveFieldFunction primitiveFieldFunction_0 = ((PrimitiveFieldFunction) simulation_0.getFieldFunctionManager().getFunction ("MassFlux"));
tempValue=surfaceIntegralReport_0.getValue();//Mass flow at inlet
Is anyone able to tell me if I am barking up the wrong tree? I need to save mass fluxes and pressures along inlets and outlets for a fluid flow problem.
Thanks in advance
|March 22, 2011, 09:46||
Join Date: Oct 2009
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I didn't understand what your problem is. Maybe you can describe it a little bit more?
One point I was wondering about is where you try to assing a field function to your surface integral report. How should the software know, which field function value the report should give?
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