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Old   October 26, 2011, 02:12
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Hi engineer's
i want to use velocity data in matlab to solve boundary layer integral to get boundary layer thickness,
how i can save data in text file or type of file thet matlab & excel can read.

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the easiest way it to use the post processing tool "sample" that is included in OpenFOAM.

with it you can get cell based data into text files. point or line wise and even isolines.

the best way is to check sampleDict by locating one on your hard drive with

Code:
locate sampleDict
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