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Old   May 25, 2010, 09:35
Question How to export in plane vectors?
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I have a complex flow in a curved tubular form. I use the option "In Plane" to delete the normal components of the vectors. In this way I can display the "Secondary Flow" on a specific cross-section of interest.

How can I export all these vectors (their magnitude and direction) of the secondary flow?
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