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Old   January 4, 2018, 04:31
Default Exporting data along curve with own running variable
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in CFD Post I created a line intersecting a blade suction side surface with an iso surface of constant radius. That gives me a line depicting the suction side of the plade.
Now I can plot a Pressure distribution p over x-Axis. But what I want to do is create a new variable which runs along the suction side line that i created before hand. In that manner I want to plot the pressure distribution over percent chord of the blade suction side.

Does anyone know, how to do this? i remember in tecplot there was an option for data export a lon a line to choose not the absolute coordinates but the running variable of the line. I did not find an option like that in CFD Post.

Thanks in advance.
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