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Old   September 4, 2017, 04:25
Default Scheme (or UDF) load Parameter value
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I need to modify the rotational speed of a MRF zone in order to reach a certain value of pressure jump.

I plan to do it reading a Scheme file (.scm) every X iterations. The only problem I have to do so is that I don't know how to read the "rotation" value of the MRF zone in order to decide which the new value will be.

I have thought that it might be easier to define it as a parameter (Menu Define -> Parameters) to read from it and write into it.

However, I have no clue about how to access it. In the command line interface I checked the option (/define/parameters/input-parameters/advance/use-in) and I guess it has to be related to it. Still, I am not sure about how the referencing to the parameter must be done.

I hope somebody can give me a hand with the topic.

Thanks in advance. Regards.
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