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Old   December 15, 2015, 11:03
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Initial file of the pressure contains inlet boundary condition defined in boundaryField section, as for example "Inlet{type fixedValue; value uniform 0;}". Code reads pressure field from this file and further uses for simulation.

But, during the simulation, pressure inlet must be change from initially defined to another type defined by string, as for example "Inlet{type zeroGradient;}" (or other type of boundary condition defined by string and unknown in advance).

Is it possible to program such trick? Something like that, as for example:

p.redefineBoundaryField("Inlet", "Inlet{type zeroGradient;}");

Thank you very much in advance,

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