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Old   November 8, 2008, 09:23
Default Solid Surface and Fluid Results Plot
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All is anyone know how to plot both solid preesure/temperature and fluid pressure/temp into one single result plot?

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Old   November 11, 2008, 20:02
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For 2D temperature plots, first render the fluid temperature. Then go to Analyze>Custom, select flsinp.tmp from the drop-down box and click the Save as button to save it as flsinp.tn. Render the wall temperature and go to Analyze>Custom, select flsinp.tmp from the drop-down box and copy the first &pltreq section. Select flsinp.tn from the drop-down box and paste the &pltreq section after the 1st &pltreq section in flsinp.tn. Change advfrm in the 1st &pltreq section to zero and drwfrm in the 2nd &pltreq section to zero, and click Render>2D. In above, it is assumed that no vectors or particles are plotted.

For more information, please search advfrm and drwfrm in the mean Help>Content.
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Old   November 12, 2008, 01:32
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Hi HC sorry i should clarify my question, i'm actually refering to 3D overlay plot for both solid and fluid properties (eg: temperature, pressure,...). so, is there a way to do it for 3D plot?

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