Tecplot Add-on Provides Min & Max Values for Selected Zones

Michael Connelly recently retired from his position of modeling contaminant migration in ground water flow at Washington State’s Hanford Nuclear Reservation.  Mike has been using Tecplot 360 to visualize and plot the results of his simulations.  Over the years, he has become quite proficient at creating add-ons to extend Tecplot 360’s capabilities. Mike’s most recent add-on is called LocateZonesMinMax. It provides the minimum and maximum for a single zone or […]

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Building Tecplot Add-ons with CMake

Tecplot add-ons are a powerful way to customize and extend Tecplot’s capabilities. Unfortunately, building cross-platform add-ons can be a pain: there are two completely different methods of building (Visual Studio on Windows, “make” on other platforms), which means maintaining two separate build systems (Visual Studio project files and Makefiles). One solution to this problem is CMake, which allows you to write a single set of cross-platform build files. Using CMake […]

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