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Old   March 24, 2014, 11:39
Default moving coordinate system to center of 180 degree bend in flow 3d
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Hi dears

I'm working on my these that is about simulated a 180 degree bend (U-shape) via Flow 3d software. So I have a question about coordinate axes. I need to put the coordinate axes in center of the bend. But in flow-3d, coordinate axis is in the corner not in the center. I should use cylindrical coordinates to simulate and after that I have to use this data for drawing contour and stream line via Tecplot. So it's necessary to me that put coordinate axes in the center of the bend.
I search a lot about moving coordinate axes in flow-3d but couldn't find any text and help about it. Can you help me?

Thanks a lot for your attention.
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