How to get diagonal plane in photon

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 May 30, 2003, 21:00 How to get diagonal plane in photon #1 herry Guest   Posts: n/a HI i am new phoenics user, i just wondering if someone can give me an idea how to plot velocity vector 45 degree from any plane. to be precise, i use a rectangular flow field that has wind flow direction 45 degree from x axis, but as far as i know we can only plot on x-y, x-z and y-z plane. can we plot in deifferent angle of plane? regrads, herry

 June 2, 2003, 01:49 Re: How to get diagonal plane in photon #2 Vikas Kumar Guest   Posts: n/a Dear Herry I feel, while assigning inlet velocity, please resolve the velocity component in Vx, Vy & Vz. I hope it helps Thanks Vikas

 June 3, 2003, 00:19 Re: How to get diagonal plane in photon #3 Herry Guest   Posts: n/a Hi Vikas, My problem was not about the velocity direction (vectors) but is about how to get a velocity vector in a plane that ,say, othogonal with plane x-y and has an angle of 45 degree with x-z or y-z plane. I do not mean to compare with CFX post processor, however, in cfx we can define a plane such that by using three points in 3d coordinates to make the plane. Anyway, thanks for your help cheers, herry

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 Originally Posted by Herry ;159544 Hi Vikas, My problem was not about the velocity direction (vectors) but is about how to get a velocity vector in a plane that ,say, othogonal with plane x-y and has an angle of 45 degree with x-z or y-z plane. I do not mean to compare with CFX post processor, however, in cfx we can define a plane such that by using three points in 3d coordinates to make the plane. Anyway, thanks for your help cheers, herry
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