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Old   July 15, 2016, 09:54
Default Averaging scalar value over Contour surface?
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Dear Foamers,

I'm running droplet evaporation simulations in OpenFOAM and am trying to post-process my results. More specifically, I'd like to obtain the average surface temperature of my liquid droplet in air.

The phase interface is represented using Volume-of-Fluid (VOF), and ParaView's Contour surface for alpha=0.5 can show the interface and plot the temperature distribution on it.

Any suggestions on how to average the temperature distribution on that surface?

Thanks for any tips!
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