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Old   September 13, 2010, 19:08
Default How to plot force as a function of time in CFX-post
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I've done transient simultaion. But I could not figure out how to plot the force (a scalar) as a function of time. I can check the values of force at specific timesteps in table. But how to plot them in one chart?

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Got it.
An expression will make it work.~
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