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 Nilesh_87 November 28, 2011 03:45

Residual Curve

Hello Everyone,
Can anybody suggest me how to plot residual curve in para-view? and how to get co-efficient of pressure plot. Cause only pressure plot is coming.

 romant November 28, 2011 03:56

paraview won't plot your residual plot, since the data is not stored in any of the fields. if you want a residual plot you should take a look at this thread http://www.cfd-online.com/Forums/ope...residuals.html

what kind of coefficients do you mean?

 Nilesh_87 November 28, 2011 04:02

Residual curve:-

Hello Roman,

 romant November 28, 2011 04:04

you have to calculate those from the force balances

you probably want to have have the lift and drag coefficient. have a look at the function object and how to calculate the force coefficients. i think i have seen similar threads in the forum.

Hey,

I guess you now know how to get the residuals, right?

For the pressure coefficient, you could use ParaView (you need a reasonably new version). Read your geometry into ParaView and do a PlotOnIntersectionCurves - then you can get the surface pressure out and eventually compute your pressure coefficient either inside ParaView or outside it (which is what I do).

 Nilesh_87 January 23, 2012 12:59

Thanks

yes i can plot residuals now, i will try as per your suggestion.

Thanks and regards,
Nilesh

 hewei April 2, 2012 10:14

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 Originally Posted by Nilesh_87 (Post 340664) Hello Madsr, yes i can plot residuals now, i will try as per your suggestion. Thanks and regards, Nilesh
Hi Nilesh, how did you plot residuals in ParaView? would you like to tell me?
Thank you!
Wei.

 s.m April 28, 2013 03:43

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 Originally Posted by MadsR (Post 340589) Hey, I guess you now know how to get the residuals, right? For the pressure coefficient, you could use ParaView (you need a reasonably new version). Read your geometry into ParaView and do a PlotOnIntersectionCurves - then you can get the surface pressure out and eventually compute your pressure coefficient either inside ParaView or outside it (which is what I do). Mads