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Old   March 10, 2013, 11:24
Default problem in pressure gradient plot
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I use sweep mesh in my model.
I have completed transient analysis with one dimensional interpolation data with repeated cycles.

I run steady state first and then transient.

in the steady state I set pressure value 100 mm Hg at the inlet and I set 0 Pa at the outlet and then I started the transient simulation with one dimensional velocity function as inlet and pressure 0 pa at the outlet.

I checked in the CFX post I could not find any pressure contour and cannot get pressure gradient along the length of the pipe

Kindly point out my mistakes.
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Can you post an image of what you do get?
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