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Old   August 12, 2013, 15:05
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there is anyone who could help me to represent my result as is present on the site of ANSYS (you go to the site Ansys (http://www.ansys.com/Products/Simula...YS+Fluent#/0/3) then click on the "Examples" menu on the left then choose "jet in cross flow") please if anyone has any help I really need I have an almost identical simulation
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Looks like an isosurface of the vorticity or a similar criterion (\lambda_2, Q, Helicity...), colored with the temperature.
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Thanks Ales for your replay,

This is the distribution of temperature fields in the box (starting from inlet to outlet)
I want to make a video of the temperature distribution in the box (the simulation is in steady mode), do you have an idea please
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A video of a steady-state simulation? I dont know how to do this and why. Sorry.
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yes a video of a steady simulation its strange but it exists but i don't now how i can do it

Thanks Alex, if you have an idea do not hesitate to post it
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Under "Calculation activities" you can set up "solution animations".
Then after solving, you can save a movie or a picture sequence under "graphics and animations" -> "solution animation playback".

It seem a bit tricky at least without consulting the manual, but it gets the job done.
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Thank you Alex for your suggestion, I'll try your suggestion and get back here
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