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Old   August 5, 2014, 07:27
Default How to modify postChannel in a way that it can be applied for a square channel
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hi everybody,

I wanna modify the postChannel utility in a way that I can use it for a square channel. one of the limitation of postChannel is that it assume that the mesh is periodic in the x and z directions. In my case, I have just a periodic condition in z direction. I wanna plot rms velocities on a line for example placed at x=0.1.

Here is the postChannel.C

my problem is that I know what to do but I don't know how to do!!!!!

Is anyone here who knows from where I should start and how can I modify this utility?

any hints or tips would be appreciated.

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