|May 15, 2013, 14:10||
plot the iso-level contour in Paraview
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When I finished the simulation, I would like to see the contour for zero x-direction velocity in the three computational domain. However, I found that in paraview the contour is only for scalars, for example, p, T, or density. I would like to plot the x-component of velocity U. How can I do it?
|May 15, 2013, 19:45||
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You can use the filter "Calculator" to extract components of vectors and have them as normal scalar fields.
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