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Old   June 2, 2010, 09:45
Default "Boundary Layer Variables" function in Ensight
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Hello everyone,

has anybody experience using Ensight?
What I need is momentum thickness.
Ensight creates Boudary Layer Variables simultaneously on a 2D boundary part-> a utility listed in the function bar.

However, I've got bl_momen_thickness,bl_displ_thickness all zero.

I guess I might not use it in a correct way, has someone experience?

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Old   June 2, 2010, 16:07
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Hi Walker, if you don't get the answer you need from the CFD Online discussion forum, please consider emailing to EnSight support. or calling the support line, 800-551-4448.
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