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Old   August 3, 2002, 11:13
Default Getting scalar values at physical coordinates
Miha Rothl
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Hi guys,

I'm ramping up with CFX and I don't know how to get scalar values at physical coordinates.

I have to compare CFX and experimental data that are acquired at some points (x,y,z). I don't know how to print or list CFX scalar data (pressure, velocity) using tasctool at physical coordinates (x,y,z). So far I only managed to get scalar values at node coordinates [i,j,k].

Can anybody help me?

Thanks, M.

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Old   August 3, 2002, 13:50
Default Re: Getting scalar values at physical coordinates
Jan Rusås
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Can't you define a region as a line in the postprocessor and then write the values to a file. It is pretty simple in analyse.
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