Defines prescribed values for boundary conditions:
If use_p_in
is false (default option),
the p
parameter is used as boundary pressure,
and the p_in
input connector is disabled;
if use_p_in
is true, then the p
parameter is ignored, and the value provided by the
input connector is used instead.
The same applies to the temperature T, composition X_{i} or X and trace substances C.
Instead of using Xi_in
(the independent composition fractions),
the advanced tab provides an option for setting all
composition fractions using X_in
.
use_X_in
and use_Xi_in
cannot be used
at the same time.
Parameter verifyInputs
can be set to true
to enable a check that verifies the validity of the used temperatures
and pressures.
This removes the corresponding overhead from the model, which is
a substantial part of the overhead of this model.
See #882
for more information.
Note, that boundary temperature, mass fractions and trace substances have only an effect if the mass flow is from the boundary into the port. If mass is flowing from the port into the boundary, the boundary definitions, with exception of boundary pressure, do not have an effect.
HideResult
.p
and p_in
.medium
conditional and refactored inputs.
See #882.
checkBoundary
implementation
such that it is run as an initial equation
when it depends on parameters only.
See #728.
unit
and quantity
attributes.
Evaluate=true
.
Modelica.Fluid
.