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Old   August 25, 2011, 10:19
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Can anyone tell me how to create a plane through the camber line of an airfoil in CFX post.
i also want to extract the camber line in cfx post
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If the camber line makes a plane then it is easiest to simply define it using the known tip and tail points. I assume you know these points because you drew it!

If the camber line is not straight or the twists along the airfoil then it is more tricky and I will need to think about that - and then it is not a plane but a complex surface.
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