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Old   August 31, 2019, 12:05
Default Mean/RMSE Radial Velocity Profile: Unsteady Simulation
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I want to lot mean/RSM radial velocity across a radial plane say for a cylinder. I am running sliding mesh case and I selected Data Sampling for Time Statistics.
After the run for required time steps, when I select unsteady statistics in contours only Mean/RMSE of x,y,z velocities are visible. I am not seeing mean/RMSE of radial, tangential and axial components.
How can I plot mean radial velocities across the specifies plane. I can plot radial velocities across the same plane for an particular time step the simulation stopped but not mean/RMSE.
Can you please let me know what I am missing in checking/unchecking to have mean radial velocities in unsteady simulations.
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