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Old   July 5, 2020, 07:02
Default How to accessing field value from other patches with respect to time in openfoam1912?
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I noticed that in openfoam 1912, Integration of swak4Foam Functionalities

So in case if I need to add expression no need to install swak4foam seperately.

2) I need to update supply value from one patch based on the results of another patch with respect to time. I wish to know whether it can be performed using "expression"
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Hi,

You might want to check if the expressions described in the following link can be used with v1912:
https://www.openfoam.com/documentati...on-syntax.html

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