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cornerstone October 1, 2002 08:16

how can i put the computed data into simulation ?
 
how cfd software achive simulation ,i mean visualation. do i need using some commercial graphy library such as OpenGL and directx? or shoul i do all of it from basic by myself? thanks in advance.

Wang J.F October 1, 2002 11:06

Re: how can i put the computed data into simulatio
 
You could use the software (Tecplot). It is very convenient.good luck!

JONGDAE KIM October 2, 2002 12:35

Re: how can i put the computed data into simulatio
 
1. Usually commercial packages consist of pre/post-processor and solver. In that case you can use such software.

2. If you have only solver part, there are many visualization tools. Such as tecplot, Matlab, ....

But you have to understand the output data type (i.e. structure of the data)

Kim.

cornerstone October 3, 2002 02:42

Re: how can i put the computed data into simulatio
 
what does solver do?

Jongdae Kim October 3, 2002 19:39

Re: how can i put the computed data into simulatio
 
1. Preprocessor: To generate mesh, define boundary conditions, initial conditions.

2. Solver: Solve the system equations.

3. Postprocessor: To visualize flow fields, flow-profiles, etc.

Kim.


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