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Old   July 8, 2015, 12:09
Default Multiple sequenzes in Fluent
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Im using Fluent 16.1 to do a transient simulation of an air-stream with particles in it. During the simulation I want to get a picture/plot of the position of the particles/phase 2 an their velocity and one plot of the velocity of the air/phase 1 per timestep. So overall 2 plots.

Normaly this could be easy done with the calculation avtivities and than creating a solution animation. This works fine if Im just using it to track the particles and creating just one picture per timestep.
Im creating a 2. window for the particle tracking. But if Im creating a third window to plot my contour plot of the phase 1 velocity, everything gets messed up.
Sometimes the particle tracking does not work, sometimes it changes the coloring parameter of the particles from "velocity" to "pressure" or the contour plot looks faded.

Has anyone a solution for this problem or any suggestions?

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