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jackr84 April 17, 2010 13:41

Animation in Fluent
 
Hi, i want to introduce in a presentation in power point an animation of flow field of my 3d problem. Someone help me. The tutorilas don't explane very well the procedure!!!

mahmohammad April 17, 2010 19:59

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Originally Posted by jackr84 (Post 255075)
Hi, i want to introduce in a presentation in power point an animation of flow field of my 3d problem. Someone help me. The tutorilas don't explane very well the procedure!!!

Explain more. Did you solve a transient problem? You have to do that and you have to set number of time steps for iterating. You also need to go to Solve>animate>define to set what you are going to show.

Mohammad

jackr84 April 18, 2010 02:06

My problem is a steady turbolent flow. Mesh is composed by 3000000 of elements. The animation has be did first of iteration or then.

Philipov April 19, 2010 03:44

1. Animation topic is discussed many times - use search options to find results.
2. How do you consider to show animation of flow in time and to have a steady problem?
3. If you did not forecast the animation during iteration process then you'd better use external program...create animation file and then insert into presentation file.

merryflip November 19, 2013 03:46

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Originally Posted by jackr84 (Post 255075)
Hi, i want to introduce in a presentation in power point an animation of flow field of my 3d problem. Someone help me. The tutorilas don't explane very well the procedure!!!
well, I just know such one XFlip digital flipbook software to help you to create PPT presentation animation in 3D way easily.

hi, as to your problem, what you may need is to have one effective tool, try to find by google search, good luck!


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