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Old   February 5, 2005, 09:39
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Hi I am simulating flow inside a triangular bluff body. I am simulating only half of the domain. Now after getting the data I can see the the contour plot of velocity in the whole domain by changing the option of view as mirror plane. But my problem is in when plotting an x y plot now suppose I want the x-velocity vs radial coordinate at x=0.5. How do I get it gives me error message the no data is present in other half.

My next question is in the premixed combustion model. Let us suppose I want to plot the contours of source term of zimont progress variable equation. Since this option is not available in defualt How can I have it?. regards Pratap
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Old   February 5, 2005, 21:24
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What post processing tool are you using. I have used Fluent itself as one before. But, Tecplot is extraordinary!!!!
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Old   February 7, 2005, 03:46
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I am using fluent..
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