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DINEE

Uniformity Index

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Hi All,

I want to extract the uniformity index value at the "coordinate plane" in AcuFieldView. 

Kindly let me to know to measure the UI value at any arbitrary plane. 

 

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Hi Dinesh,

 

As of now measuring UI value at arbitrary/coordinate plane is not possible. please do create a surface at the modelling stage itself so that uniform velocity (x.y.z) will be available as a surface statistics  output in AcuProbe.

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Ravi Harti

 

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