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Old   March 13, 2013, 10:05
Default CFD POST-Pressure along a line
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I'm a French student and I'm currently trying to modeling the behavior of a rotary damper. The "wall" rotates with a constant angular velocity and I want to know the pressure along the two sides of the wall in the aim to determine the torque corresponding of each velocity.

But on CFD-Post, I don't know how to plot this chart simply. Currently, I create a Line and I plot the pressure along this line but I have to create this line for each case and it is very boring. Someone know an other way to display this pressure more simply?

Thank you in advance,


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