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Old   July 19, 2014, 07:09
Question pressure Vs simulation time
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I have simulated a transient problem by fluent , I need to plot pressure vs simulated time by fluent , how can do that ??

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I have simulated a transient problem by fluent , I need to plot pressure vs simulated time by fluent , how can do that ??

this pic experimental results that i want plot my simulated result like it
Hi,
It is possible. You can find it under Solve->Monitors->Surface...
There you can define and monitor a quantity of solution at each time step or iteration.
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Hi,
It is possible. You can find it under Solve->Monitors->Surface...
There you can define and monitor a quantity of solution at each time step or iteration.
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Hi , thanks for reply
Your advice just if i don't have solution , I mean how can i do that if i already made the simulation
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Hi , thanks for reply
Your advice just if i don't have solution , I mean how can i do that if i already made the simulation
All right, If you have saved multiple data during your transient simulation, you could extract the pressure at a particular surface and put it all together and then plot! You might do it via a post-processing tool like CFD-POST.
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All right, If you have saved multiple data during your transient simulation, you could extract the pressure at a particular surface and put it all together and then plot! You might do it via a post-processing tool like CFD-POST.
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thank you so much , i am grateful if you drop some explanation lines for this method ...
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