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Old   March 26, 2018, 15:04
Default Adding Velocity To Contact Angle Boundary Condition
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Hi everyone,

I am trying to solve a two-phase flow problem using interFoam. I want to use the average value of velocity on the wall to my contact angle boundary condition. But, I can not add it correctly. I used the method described in:

Accessing fields and dictionaries from within a BC implementation

but I get the error that objectRegistry has not been defined. Actually, I don't know if I should add a library to be able to use objectRegistry or if there is any other way to use the velocity field in another boundary condition.

I don't know if what I have described is enough or I have to add any more information to clarify my problem. Thanks for your help.

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