# how to see velocity vectors are moving

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 October 23, 2005, 22:52 how to see velocity vectors are moving #1 ravi Guest   Posts: n/a Hi to all I have done analysis on cfx.Now i want to see that how flow is going,i.e. how velocity vectors are moving in post process.Can anaybody tell that how i can set this?In addition suppose my domain is rotating( consider example of impeller of pump)i.e. i have taken one blade passage and i want to see it for whole geometry then how i can see it? Thanks in advance

 October 24, 2005, 02:29 Re: how to see velocity vectors are moving #2 henpeckedman Guest   Posts: n/a You may use the animation feature to show moving vectors. For you sencond question, you may try the instance transform function.

 October 24, 2005, 05:30 buthow visulize that velocity vectors are moving. #3 ravi Guest   Posts: n/a thanks henpeckedman,but i want to know how to set the animation so that we can visulize that velocity vectors are moving.

 October 24, 2005, 21:18 Re: buthow visulize that velocity vectors are movi #4 henpeckedman Guest   Posts: n/a In the main menu, use tools -> animation to open the animation editor. In the post-processing of the first CFX tutorial, the animation function is illustrated. You may also refer to the CFX-post help for more details.

 October 25, 2005, 08:12 Re: velocity vectors are moving in domain #5 ravi Guest   Posts: n/a that is ok sir, How to see that velocity vectors are moving in domain.I want to visulize that velocity vectors are moving (going from one place to other) in domain.Whether I have to perform transient analysis or not for that.I want to see that velocity vectors are going (with motion) from inlet to outlet.

 October 29, 2005, 08:52 Re: velocity vectors are moving in domain #6 Ram Guest   Posts: n/a hi Ravi, As far as i know you need to use transient simulation.

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