|December 7, 2013, 09:56||
Streamlines through cyclic patches in Paraview
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I am struggling with Paraview at the moment. I have a turbomachinery case with two cyclic patches. Now I am trying to add stream traces to my geometry but everytime they hit the cyclic wall they just stop (as Paraview usually does, I know, that's not a bug). Is there any way to tell Paraview to continue the streamlines on the neighbour-patch?
edit: I've just seen there's a special section for Paraview in the Post-Processing section, can anybody move this thread, please (or tell me how to move it on my own )
|January 18, 2014, 06:40||
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I would like to know about streamlines and cyclic patches as well.
Does anybody have a clue?
|January 26, 2014, 16:03||
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Greetings to all!
Well, a few quick tests of my own on the tutorial case "DNS/dnsFoam/boxTurb16", which has got 6 patches in a cube which are all cyclic in pairs, I can come up with the following possible solutions:
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