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Old   October 14, 2015, 12:47
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GENERAL: In my open channel flow with complex and variable geometry along the channel, I would like to visualize the turbulent kinetic energy on a plane parallel to the bed (or whatever other plane).
When I visualize the results, all the point in the plane have the same color, thus the visualization is useless. This occurs because there are some pioints (in the air domain, externally to the water filled domain) with very higher turbulent kinetic energy with respect to the water domain.

QUESTION: Is there an option in order to set the extreme values of the parameter which I want to visualize? Because Fluent in its scale starts from the lowest and ends with the highest values of the entire domain, not of the portion of the domain which I want to visualize.

Thank you
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