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Old   May 31, 2020, 11:43
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hello dear expert

I carried out simulations with ANSYS Fluent and I imported my results into TECPLOT, my question is:
how can I define the axes X and Y by X / h and Y / h as illustrated here attached?
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Hi Serrar,


Double-click the axis title ('X') or navigate to the Plot->Axis menu, in the Title tab, toggle "Use Text" instead of "Use variable name" and enter "X/h" for the text. Do the same for the Y axis.



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Thank you, sir, for your quick response.
Now I want to dimensionalize the values ​​of X and Y as illustrated below.
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Thank you, sir, for your quick response.
Now I want to dimensionalize the values ​​of X and Y
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