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Old   February 14, 2014, 09:43
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Hi,

I have a very basic model of an impinging jet created using the Spalart model. As I am new and teaching myself CFD I was wondering if anyone could help me find out how to take the data from my converged solution and put it into an XY plat with the radial velocity on the Y axis and the x axis made up of position along the impingement plate. Also I would like to put the ratio of r/D where r is the radial distance from the geometric centre and D is the nozzle diameter.


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Hi,
it easy and straightforward. First, create a line in appropriate place using Surface/line-rake option. Then, define the desire parameter, for instance, non-dimensinal velocity or anything you want employing Define/custom field function. Finally, using plot option from Display/plots xy and plot the curves. Only, keep in mind that select the x,y,z direction appropriately. You can write the result using write option and import your data in excel or tecplot easily and manipulate them whatever you want. That's all.
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Thanks very much for your reply. My jet exits horizontally so would a similar principal apply if I was looking to plot all the X-Direction velocities on the Y-Axis and the X-Coordinates from the nozzle exit to the impinging plate along the X-Axis all for one specific height? i.e. all the x velocities for the centerline of the jet from the nozzle exit to the impingement plate?

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