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Old   February 5, 2007, 12:00
Default Dear All, I've been working
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Dear All,

I've been working on inlet conditions, setting the inlet velocity to particular components, using a line of code


which replaces the X component of the boundary field at patch patchNo with the values in UInletX. So far, so good.

I'm now trying to manipulate the pressure field at the boundary in a similar manner. Pressure is a scalar. I can't work out what form of the .replace() function I should be using for a scalar - it seems to have only the form

.replace(const direction, const UList<cmptType&)

What "direction" is appropriate for a scalar, or should I be doing this in some other way?

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Old   February 5, 2007, 13:24
Default Any direction will do -it's no
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Any direction will do -it's not used. scalarField.C

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