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ztdep September 14, 2005 08:14

i want to use probe command in
 
i want to use probe command in the filter ,but it is gray ,what is the reason!

billy September 14, 2005 09:30

I don't know how to work with
 
I don't know how to work with probe either. But if you select pick first then probe becomes active.

braennstroem September 14, 2005 10:00

Hi, I just had the same pro
 
Hi,

I just had the same problem with ensight-formated data. I had multiple parts, so I had to 'ExtractParts', select 'solid...'. Then 'probe' was available; but I am not sure if it works for you.

Greetings!
Fabian

vassilis September 14, 2005 10:33

Hi all, i'm also mew her
 
Hi all,


i'm also mew here but I will try helping a little bit!!!
As far as I understood, most functions of the filter menu work in dependency to others. That is, there are some filters which have to be firstly applied in order to enable the usage of others. Like in the cavity example in the user guide where a "Cut" has to be applied before getting "contour" to work. What actually makes a lot of sence...

Hope that helped.

Regards,
v.p.

ztdep September 15, 2005 06:02

thank you very much! then ho
 
thank you very much!
then how to probe the data on a curve

felic November 30, 2006 00:53

G'day, I have worked it out
 
G'day,

I have worked it out,

First, you have to go 'Extract Parts" in Filter menu, then select 'Internal flows' only, press 'Accept'. 'Probe' in 'Filter' menu should came up.

fl!c

vinz November 30, 2006 04:22

Hi ztdep, So far, the only
 
Hi ztdep,

So far, the only way I found to make a probe on a curve was to create the curve with another software. Take the file with the points defining this curve and do a sample (in FoamX for instance) using this points. Sorry but I didn't find an easier way. But is someone else did, I would be pleased to know how.

Vincent


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