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Old   September 20, 2001, 23:58
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hi, I have simulated an axial pump under cfx5. When I visualise the results I cannot see some part of the geometry that I have drawn under cfx build. Cfx visualise recognise that it is there we do not see it. If I am clear enough, does anyone know how to change the view of the geometry in cfx visualise? Thanks for your help. Nick
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Old   September 26, 2001, 14:32
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hi nick

this is easy man. go to plots- then set "action" to modify there below you will see Outlineplot click on it and then below it you will see "edge angle" move it the right or left till you are able to view the the full figure.

try it and it will work.

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Old   October 1, 2001, 12:14
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Easy mate, you go to PLOTS-MODIFY, and you select OUTLINEPLOT,and u move the edge angle,you will see your drawing. The only problem is you are going to see the mesh as well, I mean, you dont get to see the drawing exactly as you drew it in CFXBuild. Well, just play with that edge angle, and check it out for yourself.

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