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Old   July 27, 2010, 10:54
Default Reading LESModel & Thermophysical Properties In Similar Manner to Function Object
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Good morning everyone. I really hope someone can help me here. Okay, I am writing a post-processor and would like to read the LESProperties, thermophysicalProperties, and the temperature in a similar manner as it is read in the function object that I utilize. This is the way it is read in the function object

const Foam::compressible::LESModel & sgs = obr_.lookupObject<compressible::LESModel>("LESProp erties");

const Foam::basicThermo& thermo = obr_.lookupObject<basicThermo>("thermophysicalProp erties");

const volScalarField & Ttmp = obr_.lookupObject<volScalarField>("T");

Where obr_ (object registry). I would like to read the data if possible in a way similar to this. Any one knows how?
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