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Old   December 5, 2011, 14:54
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Hi Guys,

I hope im posting this in the right area, apologies if not. I am trying to plot two different lines on a graph in CFD-post (kinetic energy and turbulent kinetic energy) against x position however I would like to have a y-axis for each as even though they have the same units the values are vastly different and its difficult to see the changes. Does anyone know how I go about this?

Thanks in advance,
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