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Old   October 11, 2014, 06:58
Default Access thermo package in a new reactionRate class
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I created a new reactionRate class like LangmuirHinshelwoodReactionRate and it works very well. In the next step I need to access specie data using a pointer to reactingMixture class. But unfortunately reactionRate classes do not have direct access to mesh or object registry. So I am wondering how it is possible to give this class access to thermo package without mesh and object registry like following:
    const PtrList<gasHThermoPhysics> & specieThermo =
             dynamic_cast<const reactingMixture<gasHThermoPhysics>&>  (thermo).speciesData();
I appreciate any help.

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