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elina April 23, 2013 09:20

Temperature (Volume Integral) vs length of the bed Graph
 
Hi Friends

I want to plot a graph that is temperature distribution along the length of the packed bed for the full simulation...How can I do that..?? I am using Fluent and in that I couldn't give any monitor points for that..Kindly suggest e how to achieve that...??

Its like during charging and discharging process.....I have to plot the graph for Temperature along the bed vs Length of the bed....

michujo April 24, 2013 04:09

Hi, go to Insert/Location/Line. Then you have to specify the initial and final coordinates of the line (straight line) and click apply.

Then go to Insert/Chart. Go to the Data Series tab and select your line as the location. Finally specify what you want to plot in the x and y axis (here it will be the length coordinate and temperature respectively).

Cheers,
Michujo.

elina April 24, 2013 07:49

Hi Sir

Thanks a lot..I will try that..But for Transient case also we have to use the output file and do the same.. by opening the output file in CFD post...??


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