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Old   February 4, 2012, 03:01
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Hi all

Is it possible to measure(or calculate) geometry height in some region?

Just simple geometry(retangular geometry)!!

of course, i know the height because i draw the geometry using gambit.

however, in fluent, how to calculate geometrical height?

as earlier posted my simple problem, i used dynamic mesh and separate two region.

so, i want to measure separate wall between upper domain and lower domain.

as attached file, i want to measure yf.

best regard ssamton
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