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Old   July 10, 2017, 09:11
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Hi,

I am trying to write out report values. But I get these result in STAR-CCM+ when playing the macro:

Part Value (Pa)
------------------------------ -------------
Plane_Water_1 1.479126e+04
-------------
Total: 1.479126e+04

Surface Average of Total Pressure on Volume Mesh
This part is longer but I only show this lines, to messy otherwise


The macro I wrote is as follows:

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public void PrintReports(Simulation SIM){

for(AreaAverageReport FP: SIM.getReportManager().getObjectsOf(AreaAverageRep ort.class)){

ArrayList<String> list = new ArrayList<String>();
list.add("Pressure_Plane_Water_1-Surface_Average");
list.add("Pressure_Plane_Water_2-Surface_Average");
list.add("Pressure_Plane_Water_3-Surface_Average");
list.add("Pressure_Plane_Water_4-Surface_Average");

if (list.contains(FP.getPresentationName())){

FP.printReport();
}
}
}

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How can I print reports that only gives the name and value as for instance:
Plane_Water_1 1.568415e+04


Also how can I print reports that begin with the same letters?

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You need to do:
SIM.println(FP.getPresentationName() + " " + FP.getReportMonitorValue());
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Old   July 11, 2017, 06:04
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me3840, thank you for your reply. It looks much better now. You are really great
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May I ask you another question. All of this is for training purposes. I have created a basic model in Starccm+ with two boundaries. What I want to do is to increase the mass flow rate when the average velocity report on the pressure boundary is < 0. And decrease the massflow if the average velocity report is > 0. I want to basically balance the flow out from the pressure boundary. I have commented the places I have difficulties with.

private void execute0() {

Simulation SIM =
getActiveSimulation();

Region RG =
SIM.getRegionManager().getRegion("Region 2");

AreaAverageReport AAR =
((AreaAverageReport) SIM.getReportManager().getReport("EQD_Average_Velo city"));

Boundary EQD_p0 =
RG.getBoundaryManager().getBoundary("Surface Extruder_EQD_p0.Original_part.pressure_out_EQD_p0" );



for(MassFlowRateProfile MF: EQD_p0.getValues().getObjectsOf(MassFlowRateProfil e.class)){

if(AAR.getReportMonitorValue() > 0){

// Here I want to decrease the massflow little by little until the velocity report is
// 0.
}

if(AAR.getReportMonitorValue() > 0){

// Here I want to increase the massflow little by little until the velocity report is
// 0.
}

}

}
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I updated the code and the macro is running. However, it does not change the Mass flow rate value in starccm+ in region boundary. I want it to update that value every 50 iterations or so.

Simulation SIM =
getActiveSimulation();

Region RG =
SIM.getRegionManager().getRegion("Region 2");

AreaAverageReport AAR =
((AreaAverageReport) SIM.getReportManager().getReport("EQD_Average_Velo city"));

Boundary EQD_p0 =
RG.getBoundaryManager().getBoundary("Surface Extruder_EQD_p0.Original_part.pressure_out_EQD_p0" );

MassFlowRateProfile MF =
EQD_p0.getValues().get(MassFlowRateProfile.class);


for(;{

SIM.getSimulationIterator().step(50);

if(AAR.getReportMonitorValue() > 0){

MF.getMethod(ConstantScalarProfileMethod.class).ge tQuantity().setValue(1.0-(1/10));
SIM.println("Lowering the Mass Flow to" + "kg/s");

}

if(AAR.getReportMonitorValue() < 0){

MF.getMethod(ConstantScalarProfileMethod.class).ge tQuantity().setValue(1.0+(1/10));
SIM.println("Raising the Mass Flow to" + "kg/s");

}

}

}
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Old   July 13, 2017, 07:34
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I managed to solve this issue. Thank you for your help.
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