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Old   April 20, 2011, 16:25
Question Measuring the time-history sloshing in CFX-Post
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Hi there,

I would appreciate if anybody help me on getting the time-history of calculated sloshing height in CFX-post.
I have analyzed a simple rectangular tank subjected to a harmonic base displacement. I can't find out how I can get the time-history sloshing height for a specified location on free surface.

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Draw a line from the top to the bottom. Then do an integral of volume fraction along the line. This will give you the height of the level on the line.
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Thanks a lot
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