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Old   September 10, 2013, 04:22
Default CFD-Post define a plane within a 2D Domain
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I'm designing a heatsink and intend to find the massflow average within each microchannel.

I intend to separate the microchannels into different planes each before using the averaging the massflow over each of the planes.

How do I create a plane for each specific microchannel? Would welcome any other better ways to do this as well.
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