# Tecplot question (3d)

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 May 10, 2004, 22:39 Tecplot question (3d) #1 Jane Guest   Posts: n/a Hi, I have a 3d tecplot question, the x is 1:1:100,y=1:1:10,z=1:1:10,cc(x,y,z) is the 3d array with dimension (100,10,10). How should I organize the structure of the data so that I can plot it in tecplot? Anybody know how to plot the 3d contour in matlab? Thanks. Jane

 May 11, 2004, 00:16 Re: Tecplot question (3d) #2 Praveen Guest   Posts: n/a Please correct me if I am wrong. This should work for tecplot. i - along x j - along y k - along z print "Variables = x, y, z, cc" print "Zone T = xyz, i=imax, j=jmax, k=kmax" for k=1:kmax for j=1:jmax for i=1:imax print x(i,j,k) y(i,j,k) z(i,j,k) cc(i,j,k) end end end Tecplot manual is available on their website.

 May 11, 2004, 08:02 Re: Tecplot question (3d) #3 Mike Guest   Posts: n/a Tecplot User's Manual Version 9.2, Release 1 ............................. 5.2.2.2. Example of FORTRAN Code to Generate IJ-Ordered Data in POINT WRITE (*,*) īVARIABLES = "X", "Y", "Temperature", "Pressure"' WRITE (*,*) īZONE I=', IMAX, ', J=', JMAX, ', 'F=POINT' DO 1 J=1,JMAX DO 1 I=1, IMAX 1 WRITE (*,*) X(I,J), Y(I,J), T(I,J), P(I,J) 5.2.3.3. An Example of FORTRAN Code to Generate an IJK-Ordered Zone in POINT Format. WRITE (*,*) 'VARIABLES = "X", "Y", "Z", "Temp"' WRITE (*,*) 'ZONE I=',IMAX,' J=',JMAX,' K=',KMAX,' F=POINT' DO 1 K=1,KMAX DO 1 J=1,JMAX DO 1 I=1,IMAX 1 WRITE (*,*) X(I,J,K), Y(I,J,K), Z(I,J,K), Temp(I,J,K)

 May 11, 2004, 10:57 Re: Tecplot question (3d) #4 Jane Guest   Posts: n/a Many thanks to Praveen and Mike, they work well.

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