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Old   July 20, 2021, 07:25
Default 'Flying' camera for Mesh Inspection
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I am using Ansys to model reactors, with impellers located within the fluid domain. Whilst I know that I can use a cross sectional view to view the mesh along the impeller I was just wondering if it is possible to directly control the camera in a manner that would allow me to 'fly' down the impeller shaft and rotate the camera around from a first-person perspective to investigate the mesh up close. Any suggestions or help is greatly appreciated!
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