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Old   April 29, 2014, 02:42
Default Need to create construction lines to plot data along them in cfd-post
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Hi, I need to create a few construction lines in design modeler(not to be a part of the actual geometry), so that I can later plot some variable along those lines in the cfd-post. I don't know how to do that. cfd-post allows only for plotting along some specific lines.

if you need more detail about my problem: My geometry is a U-shaped tube, with flow inside it. i need to plot temperature variation along the centerline of the pipe and a few more lines inside the tube. as you may know, we can create straight lines in cfd-post, but I do not know how to create curved lines inside the curved part of the tube.

I'd appreciate it if you could help me with that
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construction line, curvature, curved tube

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