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Old   January 19, 2011, 05:28
Default How to visualise the mach number and pressure coefficient in ParaView
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Hello Foamuser,

I am now using rhoSimpleFoam to simulate the ONERA M6 WING in OpenFOAM.
And I have a question about how to get the mach number and pressure coefficient in ParaView.
Do I also need to set the initial and boundary condition for the Machnumber in the 0 folder?

Thanks in advance!
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Hi,

OpenFoam has tools to calculate the Mach number afterwards. The command might be "Mach". Have a look under utilities/postProcessing.

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