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Local Cross Section

Local Cross Section


  This is in relation to the airfoil cross-section question I just posted.  If the aligned or unfolded cross-section doesn't work, then perhaps, the local cross-section may work for what I am trying to present.

  However, like the aligned or unfolded cross-section attempts, I couldn't quite get this to work.  

  What are your suggestions or steps to get this to work?


RE: Local Cross Section

Hi Everyone,

  To help identify what I am trying to do, I attached some pictures.

Please review & provide steps to create these various cross-section views.

My Primary goal is to show internal features that are in an airfoil that is kind of "U" shaped, as clearly as possible.

Thanks for the assistance.

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