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# plot temperature on a location (given x,y,z)?

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08-22-2013 06:57 AM

Dear Simulation CFD experts,

I did a transient conjugate heat transfer case. Is there a way to plot (or store) the temperature as a function of time on a set of locations (say given a set of x,y,z)? The locations might be in air domain or solid.

Thanks!

Pei-Ying

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# Re: plot temperature on a location (given x,y,z)?

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08-22-2013 04:00 PM in reply to:
pei-ying.hsieh

Hi Pei-Ying,

**You are going to want to look into reading about monitor points:**

**Royce Abel**

# Re: plot temperature on a location (given x,y,z)?

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08-23-2013 07:25 AM in reply to:
Royce_adsk

Thanks Royce!

Pei-Ying

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03-10-2014 05:35 PM in reply to:
Royce_adsk

Hi, Royce,

The monitoring point can be used prior to start running the case. How about the calculations have been completed. Say, I save results every 10 min and the case is a 2-hour case. How to plot (or save) the temperature at a specific location as a function of time?

Pei-Ying