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Old   March 26, 2011, 10:22
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I am simulating in a 3000m channel. I have to create iso-surfaces along the channel. Could any body help me writing a journal file to create iso-surfaces. thanks in advance.
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Old   March 26, 2011, 15:45
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Hi,
/surface/iso-surface.....
with a simple code generate similar commands.
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Old   March 27, 2011, 23:04
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Hi Amir
Thanks a lot for your response. I tried it in the following way. First read the cas and dat file. The write-->start journal. Then by TUI command surface>iso-surface of>x-coordiante. the it wants new surface ID/Name. There i pur x-1. the form surface (). It wants iso value [(1)]. i put 2. Then it again wants iso value [(2)]. i put here (). Then it gives range [0, 3000]. The write -->stop journal. Is it the journal file. Then I create an iso-surface at x=1 and read the journal file. But it does not create the required iso-surfaces. If my procedure is wrong, could you describe it completely. It will be a great help for me. My email address is tajul000@yahoo.com
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Hi,
I recommend you not to use write->start journal in FLUENT because it uses some GUI command that may be so confusing.
you can handle that with these commands:
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/surface/iso-surface/xc
x-1 () () 0 ()
now e.g. with a simple fortran code write similar commands in a desired file and use that as a journal file like:
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/surface/iso-surface/xc
x-1 () () 1 ()
/surface/iso-surface/xc
x-2 () () 2 ()
/surface/iso-surface/xc
x-3 () () 3 ()
and so on ...
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Hi Amir
Thank you very much. I will try accordingly.
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