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Old   September 6, 2019, 02:10
Default How to change the position of probe with time in tecplot to perform FFT for the case
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Hello Everyone !
I want to perform FFT for the case when a rectangular wings is oscillating in direction of roll . The vertices, being generated at the tips are also changing their locations as the wings moves. In Tecplot 360 we can only specify the coordinates of the spatial position through probe or by entering the coordinates values .
So lets say if I put a point on the vortex at certain times step , in the next step the point will remain on its position but the vortex will be shifted to another position . Is there any way to move the position of probe point along with vortex at the time passes by .
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