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Old   May 13, 2010, 15:27
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Dear all
we can get bulk temperature in Report>Surface integrals:change report type from Area to Facet average.
with this way i get bulk temperature in inlet or outlet or...
The problem is how can i plot bulk temperature in x-direction?
There is no bulk temperature in xy plot!!
Is there any way to plot and write bulk temperature in x-direction?
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Old   November 11, 2011, 12:54
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hi mohammad,
there is no direct way to calculate bulk temperature in x-direction,
you may creat some surfaces,then in costume field functions tab(in definition tab) make Velocity*Temperature function,in Report>Surface integrals use integral or sum report(depends on your precision) for both Velocity and your Velocity*Temperature function on each section; by diveiding these two quantity,you will have bulk temperature in each section, then u can use curve fitting for your x-bulk temperature
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Old   December 9, 2011, 01:05
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Where to create surfaces? At some distances from the wall you mean?
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Old   December 11, 2011, 10:33
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Where to create surfaces? At some distances from the wall you mean?
at some distances from inlet, in facet you creat iso-surfaces along the length of your wall, you can use TUI to creat them or u may read a journal file containing the commands to creat all of them at same time,
iso surfaces are cross-sections where you want to calculate bulk properties,so they are perpendicular to your wall
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How to create surfaces using TUI or journal file. Please help. The FLUENT text command list does not give any examples.
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