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Old   August 21, 2012, 15:05
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Hello everyone,

I am writing a solver based on reactingFoam (1.7.1). The psi value is calculated from a user-routine, and I want to assign the value to psi and use that psi to update other thermo properties. However, in the basicThermo class, the psi is defined as const... I tried to add non-const access to psi, and there is no compilation error, but there is runtime error related to psi.oldtime(). Is there any way that I could update the psi value as well as alpha and mu from a solver level?

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Yes, there is. First find the "psi" object using the "lookupObject" function, and use const_cast to convert it non-constant filed.

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