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Old   May 26, 2012, 12:45
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Hi dear Foamers!

I have a 3D rectangular straight pipe.
There are secondary flows (addition to main flow) in corners.
What's your idea to plot this secondary flow's streamline in planes normal to main flow?
Can I do it by ParaView? how ?

Tanx so much
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Old   May 26, 2012, 14:02
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secondary flow:
make a slice, then use the surfacevectors filter and then the glyph filter!
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secondary flow:
make a slice, then use the surfacevectors filter and then the glyph filter!
Thanks very much dear nima
Would you explain me what is differnet between "glyph" and "stream line" tool?
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Glymph makes vectors, streamlines makes streamlines.
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Hi Nima,
I am simulating blood flow in an artery and my streamlines doesn't start from inlet and their shape is swirling instead of straight through the artery (pipe). do u have any idea what the problem can be?
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Old   May 8, 2013, 12:00
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Dear hesam

welcome to froum, but you choose wrong forum to ask your question :P, its OpenFOAM group not! CFX one , however your pic is so poor in quality and nothing is clear
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