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Old   June 12, 2020, 06:21
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Perhaps someone faced a similar problem. I have a cylinder. I want to get a one report on several sections (from each), for example, angular momentum. But I need to use surface integral to do it, thus i get only one value from all sections. How I can do it separately not creating many reports (manually for more than 3 section is boring). I need to plot this value along Z axis (in cyl coord).
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maybe take another approach and calc the as a field function and then use a multisection or even integrate the new user field in some way.
using you method you could always record a short java macro and step one section plane thru the domain and report and plot in xl
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