|November 20, 2013, 05:57||
CFD-post video with fluent files
Join Date: Mar 2012
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I have fluent simulation with many .dat files and I would like to make an animation on CFD-Post. I have opened all the files in CFD-Post but now I don't know how to proceed.
Do I have to export the fluent .dat into CFD-Post files or is it ok in fluent format?
Say I want to animate the time evolution of the static pressure on a plane. Do I have to create the plane in every timestep in the tree menu?
Do I have to create it just at the first timestep?
Can anybody explain me or pass me a tutorial where this is explained? I haven't found any.
Thanks a lot!
|animation, cfd-post, files, video|
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