3D curve: New
Introduction
To post process the results, the user can trace local and global quantities in function of two others parameters on a 3D curve:
 3D curve (2D grid)
 3D curve (path + I/O parameter)
 3D curve (2 I/O parameters)
Create a 3D curve (2D grid)
To create a 3D Curve (2D grid):
Step  Action 

1 
Open a dialog box New 3D curve (2D grid):

→  A dialogue box Create … is opened 
2  Enter a name and a comment (optional) associated with the 3D Curve 
3  Select the desired support 2D Grid 
4  Choose the region of computation to impose (optional) 
5 
Choose one or more quantities to represent on the Z axis :

→ 
The formulas corresponding to the chosen components will appear in the 3^{rd} column. There is also possibility to compose a formula (no defined in the list of proposed usual quantities) by opening beforehand the editor of formula by clicking in . 
6  Validate by clicking on OK 
→  The 3D curve (2D grid) is created and it appears in a new tab with the representation on a 3D graph. 
Create a 3D curve (path + I/O parameter)
To create a 3D curve (path + I/O parameter):
Step  Action 

1 
Open a dialogue box New 3D curve (path + I/O parameter):

→  A dialogue box New… is opened. 
2  Enter a name and a comment (optional) associated with the 3D curve 
3  Select the support path desired on the X axis 
4 
Choose and define the pilot parameter :

5 

6 
Choose one or more quantities to represent on the Z axis :

→ 
The formulas corresponding to the chosen components will appear in the 3^{rd} column. There is also possibility to compose a formula (no defined in the list of proposed usual quantities) by opening beforehand the editor of formula by clicking in . 
7  Validate by clicking on OK 
→  The 3D curve (path + I/O parameter) is created and it appears in the new tab with the representation on a 3D graph. 
Create a 3D curve ( 2 I/O parameters)
To create a 3D curve (two I/O parameters):
Step  Action 

1 
Open a dialogue box New curve 3D (two I/O parameters):

→  A dialogue box New… is opened. 
2  Enter a name and a comment (optional) associated with the 3D curve 
3 
Choose and define the 1^{st} pilot parameter:
Define the desired min and max limits of this parameter 
4 
Choose and define the 2^{nd} pilot parameter:
Define the desired min and max terminals of this parameter 
5 

6 
Choose the one or more quantities to represent on the Z axis :

→ 
The formulas corresponding to the chosen components will appear in the 3^{rd} column. There is also possibility to compose a formula (no defined in the list of proposed usual quantities) by opening beforehand the editor of formula by clicking in . 
7  Validate by clicking on OK 
→  The 3D curve (2 I/O parameters) is created and it appears in the new tab with the representation on a 3D graph. 