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Old   June 4, 2015, 10:34
Default Plot velocity as function of curve length
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I'm trying to plot the velocity as a function of curve length, but I get an error message telling me it can't be done for that line.
I've made a line as perpendicular as possible to a curved surface, it does not cross any other lines in the mesh. The option I'm left with is plotting the velocity as a function of x, but that isn't too interesting seeing that the line is almost lined up with the x-axis.

Can anybody help me figure out how?
Worth mentioning that I have access to CFD-post if anybody knows how to do it there!

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curve length, error, xyplot

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