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Old   December 10, 2007, 13:16
Default Streamlines in -z direction
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Surfinggirl
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Hello together!

I want to plot streamlines in cfx post, starting from a plane in the direction of -z (and not in +z, which is set as default). How can I change the direction of my streamlines?

Thank you!!!
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Old   December 10, 2007, 16:14
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Glenn Horrocks
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Hi,

The +/- direction of the normal vector of a plane to seed streamlines is irrelevant. To change the direction of the streamlines choose either upstream or downstream on the streamlines tab.

Glenn Horrocks
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Old   December 11, 2007, 13:53
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Adding to Glenn's comment, I think the option that you're looking for is the direction: - Forward: Downstream of the plane - Backward: Upstream of the plane - Forward and backward: Both downstream and upstream

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