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Old   November 21, 2007, 06:48
Default plot of several variables via journal
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chary
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Hello,

I just have written my first journal file and would like to know wether it's possible to plot the data of several variables into one file.

thanks in advance

Chary
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Old   November 27, 2009, 12:15
Default energy eqation in flow past a sphere (plot heat transfer coefficient)
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Dear Sir
how are you?
i have problem is flow past a sphere,3-dimension,unsteady state
if the energy equation is applied in flow past a sphere,how the mean value of heat tranfer calculated on surface of the sphere at each time by using FLUENT?,please can you give me the options of FLUENT in order to calculate mean value of heat tranfer calculated on the surface of sphere at each time .
i am waiting your reply quickly
please,please help me
many thanks to you
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