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Old   November 5, 2011, 12:00
Question How to plot xy-Y plot of certain nodes
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I am new in using fluent. Can anyone please tell me how I can plot X-Y Plot at some specific nodes inside the volume. For example, I want to plot pressures on the nodes along the vector EF. BUt EF is not a edge. Can any one tell me how to do it. I know it is very simple. but I could not find it in the user manual. Your help is greatly appreciated.


A --------------------------D
| .................................... |
| .................................... |
| ....................................|
| ....................................|
| ....................................|
E| ....................................| F
| ....................................|
| ....................................|
| ....................................|
| ....................................|
| ....................................|
B --------------------------C

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