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Old   July 7, 2016, 05:09
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am confusing,
actually i drawn one poly line over the cylinder cross section (like circle), am getting confuse about starting point of chart count.
from where it onwards it ill start. How to recognise the starting point/chart count starts.
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divide cylinder into two parts " upper and lower" Now make poly lines on these surfaces.
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Old   July 17, 2016, 03:39
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divide cylinder into two parts " upper and lower" Now make poly lines on these surfaces.
Thanks for the reply.

I tried from all the possible ways, cant able to crack starting and ending point of chart count over the circumferential wall.
Whether it is running clockwise/anticlockiwise i dont know fully am confused.
Please can anybody help me.
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its not workig Far,

can you give some tips, how to crack this problem
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Color the poly line and check the value on it's beginning and end. I think, CFD Post is using a undefined value.

If you want to skip this value, try to generate a clipping plane to limit the area of your cross section.
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Color the poly line and check the value on it's beginning and end. I think, CFD Post is using a undefined value.

If you want to skip this value, try to generate a clipping plane to limit the area of your cross section.
But the thing is am plotting for circular plane.

Diameter of different planes are same, but starting points of polylines will be different for different planes.
So i cant able to interpret results.
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