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Old   May 12, 2021, 06:27
Default ePolynomial with two functions?
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Hey guys!


I want to use ePolynomial for the thermophysicalProperties of my solid for chtMultiRegionFoam.
Unfortunately there is no good way to describe my data with just one polynomial function. So I was wondering if it would be possible to tell Openfoam that:
if T > 25 C use this function and if T<25C use another function


Does anyone have an idea how to do that or if it is even possible?


(before you tell me to just use hTabulated - is does not work for solids in chtMultiRegion, at least not in OF8 )


Thanks in advance
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