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Old   June 17, 2011, 00:22
Default CFD-POST automation
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Dear friends,
I want to calculate mean flow temperature at a plane:
massFlowAve(Temperature)@Plane1
I just want to know how can I automatically change the place of the plane and have the results as a table or graph.
Thank you.
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Record a CFD-Post session file where you move the plane and do something with the result. Alternately you generate a new plane. Edit the session file and use some perl (or just a long text file) to automate the entire sequence.
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