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S1m0n1 October 23, 2012 14:33

Plotting injections and fluid
 
I'm working on a 2-D project using FLUENT. I have 2 inlets and multiple outlets. I injected particles at different diameters to see how they flow with the fluid. I can plot the stream function for the fluid and for the injections. Is it possible to plot both of them both on the same plot?

I need to do this because I am trying to see what size particles will follow the streamlines of the fluid(air) and what size particles will fall away from the flow.

barzin October 23, 2012 15:43

Hey bud,

As far as I know u can't do it using FLUENT but if you've got access to CFD-post, it can do it for u easily!

mario__tr October 25, 2012 14:21

I think you can do it with Tecplot360.

hgxiangyun October 29, 2012 09:27

I like to process the data from fluent with Matlab for data processing is convenient, and I remenber the streamlines data can be saved as tecplot data(file-export-tecplot) directly,then you can read the saved data to Matlab.

S1m0n1 October 29, 2012 15:36

Ok thanks everyone for your advice.

moloykb July 22, 2013 03:06

Dear S1m0n1
Could you solve your problem regarding the plotting of stream function for both fluid and particle? if it is so, then please help me in this regard.


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