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Old   April 19, 2010, 10:34
Default Average velocity of two different planes
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Hi Foam Users,
I have done some MD simulations in OpenFOAM.The simulation is of water flow in a nanoChannel. At the center of the channel I had taken a slice along the z-axis and draw a velocity profile along the vertical line (y-axis). The velocity profile is atomistic. I want to take a couple of slices and want to take the profile of average velocity at those planes. Is there some way to combine the the velocity profiles and take the average of these profiles in paraview directly? or is there any other suitable way to do it? I am attaching screen shots also. The velocity profiles are at the same vertical line but at two different slices along the z-axis. I want to have the average of these velocity profiles.
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Old   October 22, 2010, 16:35
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I'm curious about this one as well. I would like to either obtain and average velocity profile from many slices or over a whole 3d domain. Anyone do this before?
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Old   December 20, 2010, 07:59
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What do the same with my temperatur profil.

I just can average my Inlet and outlet with "patchAverage T inlet/outlet" but i want to get the average temperature in some other planes. I heard that it is possible to make that with paraview but i don 't know how this works and which filter i have to use.

Some ideas ?
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Old   December 28, 2010, 02:14
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I am trying to simulate twin screw pump by using ANSYS-FLUENT and I used dynamic mesh but I have a problem when I preview mesh motion and I got negative volume. before that I used ANSA for intial meshing of the model I think I have to smoothing the mesh but I couldn't, please can you suggest me how can I have to solve it and if you know any other refference on screw pump simulation please tell me.

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I solved it.

You have to do the following steps:

1. open paraview
2. load your file or paraFoam etc.

3. set a slice and apply
4. use the filter -> integrateVariables and apply
5. use the filter -> calculator and apply
6. attribute mode: cell data
7. set a name and then use U/Area for average the velocity over that area ... T/Area for temperatur and so on and apply
8. activate integrateVariables and use "showing -> calculator" and change it to cell data.

The name "result" is the average velocity or so on... you can change the name "result" in the calculator...

thats it ...

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