Integration with Fieldview
Hi,
i need help regarding the capabilities of fieldview. I've got a 3d (X,Y,Z) concentration field and want to integrate only in Zdirection, or better said i want to average in Zdirection. The result should be a new X,Y contour plot. In the function popup you can't integrate and in the integrationcontrolspanel you obtain only the result of the integration of the current surface. Has anybody experience in this problem and is able to help me?? thanks Dominik 
Re: Integration with Fieldview
I am not sure if I understand you exactly. In my case, I write expression to integrate some properties, such as, temperature, pressure, or density over the planes perpendicular to the flow direction. In the expression, I use 'FOR' to change the position of those planes. Is this the thing you want?

Re: Integration with Fieldview
uhh,
what actually is 'FOR'? Fortran? I want to average a 3d concentration field in one direction. The result is 2d concentration field. cheers Dominik 
Re: Integration with Fieldview
uhh,
what actually is 'FOR'? Fortran? I want to average a 3d concentration field in one direction. The result is 2d concentration field. cheers Dominik 
Re: Integration with Fieldview
I enter the following code in 'command editor' of CFXPost. I hope you can adapt it to what you want.
!open (OUTFILE_bfAD, ">ResultFiles/RotTube_velvel_Buoyant_rotat_bf.dat"); !for ($i=0; $i<=10; $i++) { #calculate a new value of y !$Y = 4.1 + $i * 4.58; # change the plane location PLANE: Plane 1 Option = ZX Plane Y = $Y [m] END !$Press = massFlowAve("Pressure", "Plane 1"); !$ptot = massFlowAve("Total Pressure", "Plane 1"); !$Temp = massFlowAve("Temperature", "Plane 1"); !$Vel = massFlowAve("Velocity", "Plane 1"); !$u_vel = massFlowAve("Velocity u", "Plane 1"); !$v_vel = massFlowAve("Velocity v", "Plane 1"); !$w_vel = massFlowAve("Velocity w", "Plane 1"); !$Den = massFlowAve("Density", "Plane 1"); !$enthalS = massFlowInt("enthalpy", "Plane 1"); !$entroS = massFlowInt("entropy", "Plane 1"); !$mvel = massFlowInt("Velocity", "Plane 1"); !$AreaP = area("Plane 1"); !$vel_theta = areaAve("Velocity u*Velocity u +Velocity w*Velocity w", "Plane 1"); !$mdot = massFlow("Plane 1"); !print OUTFILE_bfAD "$Y $Temp $Press $Den $Vel $u_vel $v_vel $w_vel $vel_theta $AreaP $mdot $enthalS $ptot $entroS $mvel\n"; !} !close (OUTFILE_bfAD); 
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