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Old   June 16, 2018, 10:38
Default Stream line patterns in interfin region in longitudinally finned tube
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Dear CFD Experts,

I have done a simulation of a tube have longitudinally extruded fins on its inner surface. I want to plot a figure like the one mentioned on one of its cross-section. In Tecplot, I am unable to do it. Can someone please suggest me how to make such figure in it?

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Old   February 8, 2019, 06:52
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import the data into fluent
if you have 3d velocity components, click analyze >calculate variables> select-velocity magnitude. > calculate
once done. make a slice at the desired location by clicking on the icon next to slice beneath the zone style.
click data> extract slice> current slice
click streamlines > select-surface streamlines
click arrow options in front of streamlines. click or drag where you want these stream lines.

I hope it helps.
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import the data into fluent
if you have 3d velocity components, click analyze >calculate variables> select-velocity magnitude. > calculate
once done. make a slice at the desired location by clicking on the icon next to slice beneath the zone style.
click data> extract slice> current slice
click streamlines > select-surface streamlines
click arrow options in front of streamlines. click or drag where you want these stream lines.

I hope it helps.
you mean import data into Tecplot?
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Yes, I meant Tecplot.
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