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 antonietta paulozza July 4, 2005 06:35

how can I create a curved line in Fluent

hi, I have a cilynder surface and I want to plot the pressure along a line of lateral surface, therefore on a curved line (an arc) of the lateral surface.I have a 3d symmetric domain.I need to define a curved line not necessarly on the boundary but about 1mm inside the boundary.

how can I define a curved line in Fluent domain? I know how to create isosurface or line, but not a curved line. thanks a lot antonietta

 dirk July 4, 2005 08:20

Re: how can I create a curved line in Fluent

You could create an isosurface with constant cell-wall-distance and then clip a surface with constant x (if x-axis is the axis of the cylinder).

Dirk

 NH_Aus December 24, 2010 23:55

Re: how can I create a curved line in Fluent

Quote:
 Originally Posted by dirk ;122024 You could create an isosurface with constant cell-wall-distance and then clip a surface with constant x (if x-axis is the axis of the cylinder). Dirk
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Could I set a dpm trap boundary condition on the clipped surface?

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 NH_Aus December 25, 2010 03:40

Re: how can I create a curved line in Fluent

Quote:
 Originally Posted by antonietta paulozza ;122021 hi, I have a cilynder surface and I want to plot the pressure along a line of lateral surface, therefore on a curved line (an arc) of the lateral surface.I have a 3d symmetric domain.I need to define a curved line not necessarly on the boundary but about 1mm inside the boundary. how can I define a curved line in Fluent domain? I know how to create isosurface or line, but not a curved line. thanks a lot antonietta
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Hi,
I need to know the shortest distance of wall from the particle location. I know I can use C_WALL_DIST(c,t) this, but how do I connect from:
px=P_POS(p)[0] ;
py=P_POS(p)[1] ;
pz=P_POS(p)[2] ;
??

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