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Old   April 20, 2013, 05:51
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Hi everyone,

I work on modeling of supersonic flows and I analyse the results with CFD-Post.
(I work with a density based solver and ideal gas.)

Someone knows why I can not find mach number in the proposed list of contour?

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Can you send me you files? I can take a look and see.
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Open your file in Fluent (both cas and dat files). Then go file>export to CFD-post (you will need to set the reference pressure to something other than 0). Pick the variable you want to export and type in a file name. Open this new file in CFD-post and you should have all the variables you picked available in CFD-post including Mach number.
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