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Old   August 19, 2013, 17:45
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I am currently trying to do some work with CFD-Post that I really don't know if it is or possible or not to accomplish:

First of all, is there a way to easily segment your geometry? Like say for instance you have one surface, but you only want to concentrated on the WSS in one area and neglect the rest of it. Is there a way to just cut out this area and only look at it?

Second, is there a way to just segment out an area within a specific range? Like if you wanted to look at an area of WSS between 5 to 10 and then find the area of that section?

Third, in general is there a way to easily find the surface area of a surface?

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