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Old   April 2, 2010, 11:43
Default CFD Post- coordinate frame issue
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I am attempting to create a contour plot with respect to a local coordinate frame that I have defined in CFD Post 12. I only have the option to plot with respect to the global coordinate system. Is there a way that I can achieve what I am looking for, or to alter the global coordinate system? Also, if I could alter the global coordinate system I have defined in Fluent, that would also get me the results that I want. Thanks for the help.
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Old   June 15, 2012, 01:26
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Seems it could not be fulfilled like you said, but only create a plane using a point and normal, or 3 points, then plot the contour.
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