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Old   July 16, 2019, 06:23
Default How to access the boundary conditions of species in reaction
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Hi everyone,

Now I am going to use reactingFoam to simulation combustion. I want to change the boundary conditions in iterations. For example, I use
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T.boundaryFieldRef()[patchID] == calculatedTemperature
for the temperature boundary conditions have fixedValue patch.

However, I want to change the species(fuel, oxygen) boundary conditions during the reaction. How can I get access to the boundary conditions of the species?
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Would something like this work?

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composition.Y("CH4").boundaryFieldRef()[patchID] == value;
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Old   July 23, 2019, 15:03
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It can work.

Thank you so much adhiraj.
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