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Old   February 8, 2021, 16:53
Default Analysis of the shock wave in post processing of fluent
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I performed a 3D simulation of the shock wave in shock tube using shock capturing method. Now I want to plot a graph of x-t (x co ordinate vs. time) for the shock wave in the shock tube. It was a unsteady with inviscid model, simulation using the Ansys Fluent. So, is there any way that I can plot x-t graph for the shock wave using the Ansys Post-Processing??

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Old   October 29, 2023, 10:18
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Did you get the answer of the above question? I need this plot in my project. Please reply how to get it?
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