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Old   May 2, 2013, 03:00
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Can I plot Isotherms in paraview?
I know we can plot in Ensight, Tecplot, etc. by converting it, but suppose I want to plot only by using paraview. How would I do the same?

Your suggestions are welcome.

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Hi Tushar,

If you look for the different bottoms in ParaView, then there is one looking as a sphere, which is cut through. Inside there are several more spheres. This is the contour functionality in ParaView, and it should do the job nicely along with the temperature field.

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Hi Tushar,

If you look for the different bottoms in ParaView, then there is one looking as a sphere, which is cut through. Inside there are several more spheres. This is the contour functionality in ParaView, and it should do the job nicely along with the temperature field.

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Thanks a lot Niels, I am able to get the isotherms plots now.
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