In CFD Post, how can I include multiple turbo charts in a report, where each turbo chart uses a different variable?
May 15, 2023 at 8:33 amSolutionParticipant
TurboPost offers the ability to create different types of charts (Inlet to Outlet, Hub to Shroud, etc). The charts and objects created by TurboPost are meant primarily for interactive exploration, not for generating charts/objects for reports, so a new chart will simply overwrite a previous one. The use of Turbo Lines, rather than TurboPost charts, is recommended for report objects as TurboPost charts so that the charts will be persistent. The attached PDF shows how to create report charts based on Turbo Line charts.
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