|March 4, 2005, 05:09||
Defining Section Plane from Vset
I'm trying to write a simple script to calculate the mass flow at inlet and outlet of any given model. Hopefully I can then modify it to find mass averaged values.
1) Is there any way to define a section plane without knowing the vertex numbers or coordinates you want it to cut through? I want to write a general script, not a model specific one so these values will change.
I am currently grabbing a vset from the bset region at inlet or outlet. Is there any way to define the plane that these cells lie on as a section plane?
2) Once I integrate and get the A*VN*S value, is there any way to load this number into the post register?
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