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Old   January 6, 2015, 23:44
Default Plotting scalars vs crank angle
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Hello people!

I am modeling a Stirling engine and I don't know how to do some things.
How can I plot velocity, temperature and pressure distribution vs crank angle, considering direction components X, Y, Z in zones like the heat exchangers and working zones, after exporting the results from Fluent and currently using CFD-Post?

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