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Old   September 27, 2019, 14:39
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I have a model of a tube with 1.5m length where 0.5m is heated to 1200 C. My goal is to get a temperature vs time profile across the streamline in the middle (x axis is time, y axis is temperature). The fluid used is air. The flow is transient.

I am uncertain how to get further from this point, as extensive research (which I might have done wrong) did not help me.

My idea was to track a single particle position vs time which enters the tube and then combining this with the temperature vs position plot I would have my result, but I am not getting any further

I am using Fluent 2019 R2 and CFD Post 2019 R2.
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