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Old   March 4, 2013, 11:53
Question Transient point data analysis
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Dear All,
I have a transient simulation results written to individual files. I would like to see the evolution of T(temperature) with respect to t (time) at a point attached to the body. The body moves with respect to time. I tried Plot over line, plot over selection etc gives the plot at a fixed coordinates but my points have moved from the initial file. I am looking for something like evolution of T on the material coordinates.
At step 0 : My point is at (x, y)
At step 1: My point is at (x,y+deltay1)
At step 3 My point is at (x,y+deltay2)

Please provide me some guidance.
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