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Old   March 19, 2012, 11:43
Default how to extract a yx plane and set as BC...
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Hi community,

I have a 3D domain. For example a backward facing step with the origin of the reference frame in the edge of the step. The lenght upstream, where the domain begins and where the inlet condition are set up is Li=-10.

After a simulaton of the flow i got all the variables i need. Then How can i extract the plane y-z at x=-5 and use it as BC for a new case??? I know about how to extract quantities with "sample" but I don't know if is possible to set a plane as BC...

i really appreciate the help you will give me...and thank you in advance to who will have the kindness and patience to asnwer to my question...
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