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Old   April 26, 2012, 03:31
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How can I get a graph or table of expression massFlowInt(Temperature)@Iso Clip 1 depending on x? Iso Clip 1 is built on a plane YZ, which depends on the coordinate x.
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So massFlowInt(temp)@Iso Clip 1 evaluates to a single value, and you want to sweep it though a series of x locations?
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So massFlowInt(temp)@Iso Clip 1 evaluates to a single value, and you want to sweep it though a series of x locations?
Yes, massFlowInt(Temperature)@Iso Clip 1(PlaneYZ(x)). I guess I'll have to create a lot of planes and isoclip on each of them. And then make a table.
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Record a session file to automate it, and including the session file exporting the results for graphing in your favourite package (matlab, excel, whatever).
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Thanks for the tip. I tried to record the session, but it will not work faster. I created a plane and isoclip. It was easier to duplicate objects. Then I wrote in a table cell "massFlowAve (Temperature) @ Iso Clip" for each x.

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Whatever works for you. I would have recorded a session file, then editted it to use a perl loop to loop through all the locations you wanted and export the results.
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