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Old   May 5, 2011, 07:34
Default How calculate area of pressure below 101325 Pa?
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Hi guys

As you can see in the attachement i created in Post a Contour which just shows me the pressure level below 101325 Pa. Important for me is to calculate this area with CFD Post. Please can you help me? Of xourse just the coloured area, not the one of the whole Surface Group!

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Create an Iso Clip surface with a visibility parameter set to < 101325 Pa, then just use the function calculator to get the area of the Iso Clip.
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