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Old   November 17, 1999, 03:03
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T.S.Dhanasekaran
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After computation over using Fluent 5, How to get Velocity component datas at perticular x position inside the domain.For the purpose of comparing the results with Experimental Values.Thank you for your suggestions for my earlier problem. Dhanasekaran
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Old   November 17, 1999, 04:30
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You can use "Solution XY Plot" panel. It is used to xy plotting of flow variables. You can write flow variables into an ascii file or read your experimental data into Solution XY plot pnale to compare with computational values. But before use it you should define a line at your particular x pation.

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Old   November 23, 1999, 05:08
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RAVINDER YERRAM
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Dear Dhansekaran You can create point or line/rake using the option called Surface. After creating this you can go to Plot and draw any property at that point or line using the option XY-plot.
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Old   November 24, 1999, 04:35
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THANX RAVINDER
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