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Default How to define "shear" rate magnitude in CFD-Post?
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Hi there,

I was just wondering how to define "shear" rate magnitude in CFD-Post. Actually, it was possible to use the "strain" rate which is available in Data File Quantities, but I want to use "shear" rate instead. Is it possible to utilize the strain rate for defining the shear rate or define a new function for the shear rate?

Thank you very much for your help!
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