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Old   October 30, 2013, 09:57
Default Ensight postprocessing a LES
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i have a LES motor flow simulation loaded in Ensight10. I already changed the "part element settings" to -Border- so i can view the hole surface of the fluid.
Unfortunately the fluid looks like as a accumulation of Lego bricks as you can see in the Attachment.

Is there a way to interpolate between the edges?
If this helps, i do even have the original .stl (CAD-geometry file) including the surface where the fluid runs through.

thank you
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