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Old   February 22, 2015, 13:58
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I have Half Cylinder That is rotating.
Temperature is changing with respect to (Theta and r).

I want to get the Average Temperature. In this case I can't plot the Temperature on a vertical or horizontal line (located in the mid-plane) and get the avg, because there's no symmetry like in the Full disk and Temp is a Fct (theta, r).
So The contour is much better where I can visualize the accurate Temp distribution.

My question is:

1) How to export Temp Data from the contour plot in order to get the average Temperature.
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Old   February 22, 2015, 16:02
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Go to reports and choose area weight avarage, choose your surface and click compute.
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