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Theerawat August 15, 2012 07:38

slope plane in CFD post
 
Hi guys, I want to see the velocity profile but the plane is not xy yz and xz plane. It's 15 degree relative to xz plane. How do I build that plane to look at my profile in CFD post.


Thank you

blackmask August 15, 2012 22:39

you may use surface -> iso-surface to create a surface on the x-z plane and then use surface -> transform -> rotate to move it to the designed position.

CFD-student August 16, 2012 05:20

The easiest way to do this in my opinion is to find three points on your surface, (all three can for obious reason not lay on a straight line), the under "method" you chose to define the plane from three points...

Theerawat August 16, 2012 05:35

Thankyou
 
Thank you very much, Is your suggestion used in Fluent or in CFD post. I can't find it in CFD post. could you please explain me briefly.

CFD-student August 16, 2012 06:00

If you refer to my reply it is in CFD-post.
Click surfaces > plane
in the lower left part of the screen where you adjust your plane, under method you chose define from three points.

Theerawat August 16, 2012 12:08

Thank you for your help very much, Can I ask you about CFD next time. If you say yes, Could you give me an email.


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