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Old   September 2, 2002, 20:53
Default Monitor a Small area/volume in domain with Time
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Dear All,

Is it possible to monitor a small area in my domain to plot the concnetration of a species with respect to flow time in transient mdoelling?

I saw that if I create a surface plane, it is a plane across the section of the domain, but i just want to monitor a small area or volume at a particular location. I thought of marking a region, but I dun think this region of cells is reflected in the options in "monitors" for plotting

Can someone please guide me in this?
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Old   September 5, 2002, 12:42
Default Re: Monitor a Small area/volume in domain with Tim
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Either iso-surface or clip to surface should work.

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