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Old   January 21, 2019, 06:54
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Hello all,

I am using OF 2.2.2, and trying to post process the velocity field after running oscillatingPimpleFoam.

My goal is to extract the velocity at a certain point, using probes. In the OF userguide version 6 page U-193 and U-194 the following is suggested:

foamGet probes from the /system directory, however when typing "foamGet probes" in the system folder, i get the error "Command not found".

Is this due to the version of OF I am using? Is there any other way to obtain velocities at certain points in my domain?

Thank you for your time!

/Rasmus
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