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Old   August 15, 2022, 17:20
Default How to measure Area of a Scalar plane
Mohammed Gowhar
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Hi Everyone,

I'm attempting to calculate the volume of velocity of a set range, as indicated in the picture.
Please advise on how to proceed.

Total Volume of the pipe : 0.00025726783 m^3
Volume of set range: ??? m^3

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Old   August 17, 2022, 08:58
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IIRC you should be able to create iso-volumes in CFD-post. You can then find the volumes of these and subtract them to get the volume of your range.
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