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Line maximum: tabulating data

Daniel Wellburn
I need to take a series of line maximums (for Temperature, say) from a regular array of parallel lines which are perpendicular to the y-z plane and pass through a bounding box in 3D space.

The line maximums will therefore form an array, each data point possessing both the y-z co-ordinate of the line and a derived maximum value from the solution along that line. I need to store this data in a table of some kind which automatically updates for each new solution I calculate.

My question is: how can I use the features in the Results node (or elsewhere) in COMSOL 4.3a in order to achieve my goal.

Many Thanks in advance for any pointers, tips or instructions.

Dan

1 Reply Last Post Dec 4, 2012, 11:48 PM EST
Daniel Wellburn
Posted: 5 years ago Dec 4, 2012, 11:48 PM EST
I believe this is known as a maximum intensity plot or MIP. If anyone can tell me how to generate an MIP in COMSOL 4.3a I'd be very grateful.

Thanks in advance

Dan
I believe this is known as a maximum intensity plot or MIP. If anyone can tell me how to generate an MIP in COMSOL 4.3a I'd be very grateful. Thanks in advance Dan

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