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Old   April 26, 2013, 04:00
Default how to plot the max liquid level height with time in inteDyMFoam
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hello, everyone,
I am studying the interDyMFoam about 3D6DoF motion.
I have finished the simulation, but I don't konw how to plot the max liquid level height with time.
I have look through the Forums,most of them are setting a line at some location to detect the height of the level. It is useless for me.
actually, my 6DoF motion are acute. The model include the liquid have a big displacement. Is there any ways to plot the max liquid leve height with time?
For the time being, I think I have to make a relative coordinate system to move with the model. then I can define the liquid level with the relative coordinate system. is there anyone know how to define the new relative coordinate in OpenFoam or paraview.thanks.
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