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Old   December 26, 2016, 10:10
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Hello!

I'm trying to change parameters of the case using pyFoam. Here is the part of my python script:
Code:
for laserPower in [400,800,900]:
    print "laserPower:",laserPower
    case=orig.cloneCase("CASE_%f"%laserPower).name
    transport=ParsedParameterFile(path.join(case,
                                            "constant",
                                            "thermalProperties"))
    transport["laserPower"]=laserPower
    transport.writeFile()
The thing is that my program needs laserPower to be dimensionedScalar, but pyFoam makes it a scalar. Of course I can make my programm not to be so discriminating, but may be pyFoam can parse dimensionedScalars?? Does anybody know how to do that?
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