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Old   September 19, 2010, 08:53
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is there any body know that how i can display the streamlines in the 3D fluent? plz help me!
i look forward for ur answers!

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tutorial23 - Postprocessing
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hi dear mAx !
i study that part that u said!

i have still a problem ! i wanna show the stream line in a specific plane that i make! 4 example y=0 ! how i can show that?

really thanks mAx!
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ah you mean stream function, like in 2d?
Then I don't know...
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Hi Saha,

Have you tried Tecplot ? It is really easy to do this in Tecplot. All you need is read your FLUENT case and data file and get the streamlines in what ever plane you want.

Just make sure you plane is already defined in FLUENT before reading it to Tecplot.

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