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Old   July 9, 2013, 06:05
Exclamation How do I access a volScalarField in a submodel of the class radiationModel?
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I included a standard radiation model (P1 with constantAbsorptionEmission) into the compressibleTwoPhaseEulerFoam solver by including a source term in the energy equation. Now I want to extend the constantAbsorptionEmission model to use the volScalarField "alpha1" (solid fraction) of the compressibleTwoPhaseEulerFoam solver to enable a solid fraction dependent absorptionEmission model.

How can I access this volScalarField in the radiation model?

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