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Old   May 14, 2009, 21:19
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Dear friends
I have been monitoring temperature change in tubes with time both experimentally and numerically. Now I have two graphs: one in fluent for the numerical analysis and the other one in origin 7 (can also be created in excel) for the experimental results.
Can someone tell me how I merge these two graphs into one for comparison.

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in Fluent enable the toggle "Write..."
it will output the plot in a file (but you need to recompute)
Then import the file in excel
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