Transient graph

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gowthamdada posted this 19 November 2018

 

i have to plot velocity vs time graph in cfd post. where can i apply location? it says location in missing bot i plot a yellow line but its not showed in location.

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kkanade posted this 19 November 2018

You will need a line to plot. For this please create a line using Insert - Location - Line. Then use this line for plot. 

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gowthamdada posted this 19 November 2018

 

i did the same. but its not appearing here for XY-transient or sequence

but its shows for XY-line type graph

abenhadj posted this 19 November 2018

You cannot select line for transient chart. Only points are available as you want to plot something against time at certain position.

 

What do you want to do?

Best regards,

Amine

gowthamdada posted this 19 November 2018

velocity vs time chart

abenhadj posted this 19 November 2018

You can define an expression for length average of the velocity at the line or you create some points along the line and plot the velocity versus time @ the points!

Best regards,

Amine

gowthamdada posted this 19 November 2018

I can't get it. Can you mention any thread or link regarding this if possible

In addition, (from the above mentioned picture) the section named tool going to move after applying the inlet. (Dynamic mesh problem). I have to make a graph for velocity of moving section named as pig against time

abenhadj posted this 19 November 2018

You can check in the help for the above mentioned suggestions.

For pig Wall: You just define the line or just use the of boundary at it is, create an expression say areaAve(Velocity)@Pig and then use that expression to plot a transient chart. Just look in the help after "Quantitative Function List".

 

Best regards,

Amine

kkanade posted this 20 November 2018

I overlooked it. As it is transient simulation, you will have to use points as Amine mentioned. 

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