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Can I plot a surface integral as function of time?

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Old   October 24, 2007, 17:04
Default Can I plot a surface integral as function of time?
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Cagdas
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Hi, everybody I try to simulate an unsteady flow over finned tube bundle and i need Fluent to plot some surface integrals (enthalpy flow..) as a function of time Is there any way to make this?

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