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Old   January 7, 2012, 06:56
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this might not be the most difficult question but i wasnt able to find a solution so far.
I changed the solver, so it is computing the Nusseltnumbers for me.
My Geometrie is a modified Dimple in a channel.
I've already got the complete Nusseltnumber distribution over all patches.
Now there are two things i'd like to do:

- integrate over the complete patches (3D), so i get a total Nusseltnumber Value for the channel (so far integrate Variables only works over a slice for me)

-average the Nusseltnumbers in Y direction, so i can plot a Nusseltnumber over X Diagram

Im using paraView 3.8.0 at the moment.

Thank you very much for your help!
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