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Old   January 24, 2017, 13:53
Default how to plot u vs time?
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I want to generate a file containing horizontal velocity at a point in space with respect to time. How to do that ?
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Hi,

You can use probe (utility/function object, depending on version you are using) to generate file with velocity at a given location vs time. Using generated file you can extract "horizontal velocity" component and plot it.
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