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Old   October 7, 2018, 09:31
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1. How can I generate the plot of non-dimensional distance (d/c) vs non-dimensional velocity magnitude (u/U) in ANSYS CFD Post. The figure is shown below:
From the figure, the graph is plotted at a particular distance (say x/c=0.25).
What should I choose in data source location, next figure:

2. How can I generate non-dimensional vorticity field in ANSYS CFD Post. Figure is shown below:
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Old   October 17, 2018, 03:57
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Instead of streamline it should be a line you created. And non dimensional vorticity can be wc/V, whee w is vorticity, c is chord or reference length, and V is reference velocity
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