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Old   September 2, 2014, 22:01
Default Plane Making by using Power Syntax in ANSYS CFX
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Hi, I am a new user of CFX. currently I am using this Power syntax code to generate the different ZX planes on Y axis to get my output....

!open FILE, ">90.csv";
#print column heading
!print FILE "cm,q (W/m^2),Twall (K),Tbulk (K),h (W/m^2-K) \n";
!$numsteps=250;
#start the loop
!for ($i=1; $i<= $numsteps; $i++)
{
#Make the Plane
PLANE: Location $i
Option = ZX Plane
Y = $i [cm]
END
#extract data
!$Tb=massFlowAve("Temperature","Location $i");
!$Tw=maxVal("Temperature","Location $i");
!$q=maxVal("Wall Heat Flux","Location $i");
!$deltaT=$Tw-$Tb;
!$h=$q/$deltaT;
#print data to the file
!print FILE "$i,$q,$Tw,$Tb,$h \n";
>delete /PLANE:Location $i
#close the loop
!}
!close FILE;


Can anyone guide me how to write or change this code to generate the Plane at a certain angle (i.e. 60)

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