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Old   November 24, 2010, 05:23
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my simulation is a bubble column 2 phase 3d
my geometry is a cylinder that all of it is in the positive direction of x y z .
I want to have a diagram that tell me gas holdup in some radius.
so I think that circum-avg-radial can help me. but I do not know is it a correct choice and what does this command exactly do?
I will be glad to know your appinion.
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Old   November 24, 2010, 06:12
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I now knew what a circum does but i have an other problem
I knew that i must run my bubble column in the positive diraction because the fluent said so but when I want to plot a circume I want the the origin of my cordinate be at he center of my cylinder.
what should i do?
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