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Old   November 17, 2010, 14:44
Default Meridional Coordinates in FLUENT
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I have a turbomachinery set up in fluent, and I'm trying to plot pressure along the meridional (streamwise) coordinate, instead of along the radial coordinate.
I tried using the turb
otopology postprocessing, but resulting plots are looking unusual and not matching my reference plots, which is why I was trying to go through the radial to meridional conversion instead in case my errors were coming from setting up the turbomachinery system.

How can I get from the radial coordinate (My .xy files are written in terms of radial coordinates) to the meridional coordinate ?

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