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Old   December 12, 2023, 00:30
Default Adjusting the cut planes for bulk average calculations
Sai Krishna
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Hi All,

I am working on a fluid domain with 66 inlets on one of its side which are exposed to ambient.
I have to find out the flow rate through each inlet. But using a plane for this purpose selecting all inlets at a time and its really tedious to see which value belongs to which inlet.
Is there any way I can crop the plane to particular inlet, so that I can get the value for that inlet alone.

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Any suggestions in this regard are greatly appreciated.

Sai Krishna
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