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Old   January 30, 2012, 01:34
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I m very new to Fluent. I m performing a diffuser analysis. How do I get the value at the throat of the diffuser. Exactly at the point where the cross section changes? i m currently able to view only the range of values. How do I get a single value?

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I m very new to Fluent. I m performing a diffuser analysis. How do I get the value at the throat of the diffuser. Exactly at the point where the cross section changes? i m currently able to view only the range of values. How do I get a single value?

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Hi you can create a single point as explained here:
https://www.sharcnet.ca/Software/Flu...g/node1416.htm

Then select this point in postprocessing to see properties in that point.

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Thanks Daniele

And is it possible to obtain a table listing the pressure values at every 10 mm for the entire length of 500 mm?
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And is it possible to obtain a table listing the pressure values at every 10 mm for the entire length of 500 mm?
Yes it is possible, you can define a line o a series of points, then plot them, see here (point 5):
http://hpce.iitm.ac.in/website/Manua.../tg/node19.htm

Then check the "write to file" option.

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