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Old   September 25, 2015, 20:32
Default Plotting hub-to-shroud charts at planes of constant axial coordinate
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Hi folks,

I'm using the Turbo suite of CFD-Post and trying to plot radial distributions of mass-averaged Ttot, Ptot, etc. However, I don't want my distributions to be averaged on "Linear Blade Aligned" surfaces but rather on flat planes of constant axial coordinate, i.e. planes orthogonal to the axis of the machine.

It seems that CFD-Post does not offer a way to do this, and the only "Modes" available for Hub-to-Shroud Turbo Charts are:

-Blade aligned linear
-Blade aligned
-Streamwise location
-Two points linear

None of these options are planes at constant axial coordinate, which is what I want.

Any suggestions? Thanks a lot for any help!

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