|March 12, 2003, 05:50||
user defined plane-definition for postprocessing
I would like to postprocess the flow through a rectangular tube in its centerplane. The tube has a high aspect ratio (very long tube, very little diameter) and has been extracted from a paraboloid surface and is therefore twisted and also curved in space.
There is a lot of geometry from catia available but I found no appropriate way to make use of it and I wonder if I can make use of the boundaries of the domain to determine the centerplane inside the fluid domain and to adress it using "cfx5post"
Any idea how to use existing interfaces/tools?
Thanks in advance, Markus
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