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Old   August 28, 2012, 20:51
Default Question about define the BC class
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I want to define my own BC class after each iteration. Actually, I want to update my inlet velocity after each iteration. As far as I know, I can use the following format:

void Foam::updateInletVelocityFvPatchVectorField::updat eCoeffs()
if (updated())

const fvPatchField<vector>& Uf =
patch().lookupPatchField<volVectorField, vector>("U");

How can I obtain the velocity "Ufc" of the patch cell ?
How can I obtain the gradient "gradUc" of the velocity of the patch cell?

vectorField:perator= (gradUc & Ufc);
updateInletVelocityFvPatchVectorField::updateCoeff s();

Can I use the set gradUc = Uf.gradientInternalCoeffs() and Ucf = Uf.patchInternalField()?

Thanks in advance!

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