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Old   February 19, 2014, 06:35
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Dear Fluent users:

I am trying to extract data from Fluent after the case is converged, but I have problmes as follows:

1. Is that possbile to ask Fluent save xy plot data at certain positions automatically after the case is converged?

2. I want to extract xy plot data along x-axis with a certain step, e.g. between x=0 to x=1, I want to extract total pressure xy plot data with a step of 0.1( the height of y coordinate is fixed). My question is can I ask Fluent to do it automatically? And can I ask Fluent to save the data in different files with different names for each step automatically?

3. Is that possible to put different parameters say total pressure, static pressure and total temperature at the same xy file but with different columns?

Thanks a lot for your help in advance. If Fluent could not do it, please suggest me other softwares that would be workable.
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