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Old   April 20, 2015, 12:13
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dear all

I am trying simulation of water sloshing in tank.

I wonder if there is any function in flow-3d post-processing step or flowsight which makes lump of fluid (somewhat rough shape in post-processing display) shown more smoothly like real world.

or is it the matter of mesh resolution?

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The cylinderical tank : diameter - about 6 m , height - about 11 m
Number of cells of mesh block: 500000
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Old   August 12, 2015, 06:48
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This is a matter of mesh-resolution. The lump is of large dimension and will be displayed as it is to my knowledge. You can try refining the mesh in the region you are focusing on.
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