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Old   December 28, 2011, 23:02
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excuse... my name is akbar.. im a college student in Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology... now i work for my final task using numeca and have a problem about visualize pressure using cfview... is there anybody here know how to visualize pressure using cfview... thanks before and sorry coz my english is bad..
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Hi,

If you plan to see the pressure at your solid surface, just select the related surfaces from the top of QAP and next either select static or total pressure in the second column of QAP.

Lastly, select the type of representation in the last column of QAP to view the results (using contour of course).

You may create cutting plane in this case to see the pressure variation along the specific plane.
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Old   December 30, 2011, 04:15
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Hi,

If you plan to see the pressure at your solid surface, just select the related surfaces from the top of QAP and next either select static or total pressure in the second column of QAP.

Lastly, select the type of representation in the last column of QAP to view the results (using contour of course).

You may create cutting plane in this case to see the pressure variation along the specific plane.

i already do that step, but there something strange with the pressure distribution n my model...

all of their color is blue, no red or the other....
maybe there is something wrong but i really dont know...

here is the picture...

pressure picture


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Old   January 13, 2012, 22:49
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Hi Akbar,

Sorry for keeping you to wait so long. You could use the colormap optimum range to plot your color. Please refer to your email.
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