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Old   August 14, 2012, 12:49
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Use techplot or Field view.
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How to do that in Fluent? I created a section but to get exactly this shape I can't
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Since you used Meshing do you also have access to CFD-Post? In there it is simple to make planes through your pipe and plot contours or vectors on them. That is a good feature of Workbench by running through the entire simulation process and keeping all the files and data in order.

If you are using a Workbench analysis system, in your case for FLUENT, it will automatically sort out the results file for CFD-Post for you.
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Since you used Meshing do you also have access to CFD-Post? In there it is simple to make planes through your pipe and plot contours or vectors on them. That is a good feature of Workbench by running through the entire simulation process and keeping all the files and data in order.
Thanks to you and FAR, I have managed to do it and indeed Workbench is really great. Thank you all.
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