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Old   June 16, 2018, 11:19
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I would like advice from the most experienced in turbulence. I'm starting an analysis on a pipe (Re = 5300) using the LES modeling (y + <1 close to the wall). Unfortunately I do not know how I will process all the turbulence statistics in my case ... if I use the sampleDict ... cuttingPlane ... I'm a bit confused.

My idea is collect information from 100 time folders (temporal averaging). I do not know how to do this in a simpler and more practical way ... I do not even know if ParaView gives me this functionality (it's my first contact with OF)

PS: I use the OF5.0.

I would certainly appreciate any advice on the subject and mainly on how to configure my simulation in order to achieve all these parameters and post-process them efficiently.

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