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Old   October 4, 2005, 21:53
Default Centerline mach number in convergent nozzle
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Dear all, I am doing inter flow analysis using CFX 5.7. I have one doubt, how can i calculate the centerline Mach number inside the nozzle along the flow(X-direction) at different places???? Please help me regarding this issue. Thank u all in advance Jacob.
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Old   October 5, 2005, 19:24
Default Re: Centerline mach number in convergent nozzle
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In CFX-Post you can put a line object along the centreline and use the Mach Number variable either to make a graph in CFX-Post or export it.

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