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template<>
InputParameters validParams< SolutionUserObject > ()
 

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Definition at line 35 of file SolutionUserObject.C.

36 {
37  // Get the input parameters from the parent class
39 
40  // Add required parameters
41  params.addRequiredParam<MeshFileName>(
42  "mesh", "The name of the mesh file (must be xda or exodusII file).");
43  params.addParam<std::vector<std::string>>(
44  "system_variables",
45  std::vector<std::string>(),
46  "The name of the nodal and elemental variables from the file you want to use for values");
47 
48  // When using XDA files the following must be defined
49  params.addParam<FileName>(
50  "es",
51  "<not supplied>",
52  "The name of the file holding the equation system info in xda format (xda only).");
53  params.addParam<std::string>(
54  "system", "nl0", "The name of the system to pull values out of (xda only).");
55 
56  // When using ExodusII a specific time is extracted
57  params.addParam<std::string>("timestep",
58  "Index of the single timestep used or \"LATEST\" for "
59  "the last timestep (exodusII only). If not supplied, "
60  "time interpolation will occur.");
61 
62  // Add ability to perform coordinate transformation: scale, factor
63  params.addParam<std::vector<Real>>(
64  "scale", std::vector<Real>(LIBMESH_DIM, 1), "Scale factor for points in the simulation");
65  params.addParam<std::vector<Real>>("scale_multiplier",
66  std::vector<Real>(LIBMESH_DIM, 1),
67  "Scale multiplying factor for points in the simulation");
68  params.addParam<std::vector<Real>>("translation",
69  std::vector<Real>(LIBMESH_DIM, 0),
70  "Translation factors for x,y,z coordinates of the simulation");
71  params.addParam<RealVectorValue>("rotation0_vector",
72  RealVectorValue(0, 0, 1),
73  "Vector about which to rotate points of the simulation.");
74  params.addParam<Real>(
75  "rotation0_angle",
76  0.0,
77  "Anticlockwise rotation angle (in degrees) to use for rotation about rotation0_vector.");
78  params.addParam<RealVectorValue>("rotation1_vector",
79  RealVectorValue(0, 0, 1),
80  "Vector about which to rotate points of the simulation.");
81  params.addParam<Real>(
82  "rotation1_angle",
83  0.0,
84  "Anticlockwise rotation angle (in degrees) to use for rotation about rotation1_vector.");
85 
86  // following lines build the default_transformation_order
87  MultiMooseEnum default_transformation_order(
88  "rotation0 translation scale rotation1 scale_multiplier", "translation scale");
89  params.addParam<MultiMooseEnum>(
90  "transformation_order",
91  default_transformation_order,
92  "The order to perform the operations in. Define R0 to be the rotation matrix encoded by "
93  "rotation0_vector and rotation0_angle. Similarly for R1. Denote the scale by s, the "
94  "scale_multiplier by m, and the translation by t. Then, given a point x in the simulation, "
95  "if transformation_order = 'rotation0 scale_multiplier translation scale rotation1' then "
96  "form p = R1*(R0*x*m - t)/s. Then the values provided by the SolutionUserObject at point x "
97  "in the simulation are the variable values at point p in the mesh.");
98  params.addClassDescription("Reads a variable from a mesh in one simulation to another");
99  // Return the parameters
100  return params;
101 }
VectorValue< Real > RealVectorValue
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void addRequiredParam(const std::string &name, const std::string &doc_string)
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void addParam(const std::string &name, const S &value, const std::string &doc_string)
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