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Old   May 21, 2013, 04:36
Default CFD-Post two phase free-surface display
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I have a two phase 3D transient simulation. I want to display free surface like this video . But i could not find how to do it. I tried volume randering, iso surface , iso volume , contour but could not do it .

Any help will be mostly appreciated.
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Old   May 21, 2013, 19:20
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Draw a isosurface of volume fraction set to the level VF=0.5.

To do the animation use the animation controls.
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