|May 2, 2010, 16:53||
sampling of a curved surface with distance-based coordinate?
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Germany, Karlsruhe
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I have a simulation of a turbine blade which I want to postprocess. I now liked to get the pressure values on the suction side and unfold the surface by transforming x and y into a distance from the leading edge. This exists for sample in form of the "axis distance" keyword/option for lines, but is there a simple way to do it for a whole surface?
If not can you point me to the code of a utility that I could use as a base? I had a look at the sample sourcecode, but couldn't find the code for the axis distance in lines.
thank you in advance,
|curved surface, sample|
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