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Old   August 15, 2014, 08:05
Default how to probe a single velocity component using probeLocations
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I am using with success the utility probeLocations to probe the pressure field at selected points. Probing the velocity field also works in general, but I need only one of the velocity components. I could parse the generated file for post processing, but it would be more simple if i only get one velocity component only, as the resulting file would be simpler.

Is this possible?


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Old   August 19, 2014, 11:53
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i am trying to do the same job.would you please tell me how you did that? i want to calculate the pressure on some points on my column but i do not know the file which should be added in contdic
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