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Old   August 26, 2015, 04:00
Default how draw height of water against length of model?
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hi every one
i want draw height of water (depth) in model against length model (x), i drawed one polyline in surface water,as i know i should used of cel but dont exactly how used it, please guide me.
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Old   August 26, 2015, 05:08
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Looks like you already have a line which follows the surface of the water. Getting the depth of the water is a little tricky. As your geometry is quite simple you can probably do it as an analytical function versus X position. Drawing the depth is likely to be beyond CFD-Post so I would export this data (File/export) and use something like matlab/python/whatever to process the data and determine the water depth.
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dear glenn thanks for reply, i have one other question you, i want in one spicified length e.g x=20m obtaining amounts of water.vf in hegiht of water, i defined one vertical line , now if your possible please help me for do this.
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lengthInt(water.vf)@LineObject
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dear glenn , i done your order but How can I get output of it and observed amounts water.vf?
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Use the function calculator in CFD-Post to evaluate the expression.
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dear glenn , thanks a lot for reply and spending time for me.
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