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Old   February 27, 2006, 03:13
Default is C_Centroid_X a MACRO of FLUENT
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Hi,all.after getting a CENTROID(x,cell,thread),can i obtain X, Y,Z coordinate component of its x array? thanks!
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x[0] is x coordinate x[1] is y coordinate x[2] is z coordinate
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