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Old   April 9, 2019, 15:35
Default Write to file uisng TUI commands in FLUENT
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Hi,

I am simulating 2D geometry. I want to write nodes values of static temperature along a line (iso surface). I can do this using GUI but it is displaying windows every time when it writes the file. Can you please help me in TUI commands.

In GUI: I use plot>XY plot>write to file>plot direction X (set 0)> plot direction Y(set as 1) >temperature> static temperature>select the surface>write> define the path.

I want this series of commands to be in TUI.

Thanks in advance
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