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Old   October 6, 2015, 07:41
Default generate the 3D model from this 2D axisymmetric model
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Hi

I have a question about showing results when using axisymmetric model

I make a rectangular shape in DM and introduce one of the sides which lied on the X axis as AXIS boundary type. After simulating the domain with axisymmetric model I want to show the results in a full cylinder in CFD POST (which I just see a 5 degree wedge) but I canít rotate the geometry under the DEFAULT TRANSFORM option

I just want ti know is there any way that I can regenerate the 3D model from this 2D axisymmetric model while postprocessing?

I use ANSYS 16.0

Please give me some advice for that

Thanks in advance

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Hi

I have a question about showing results when using axisymmetric model

I make a rectangular shape in DM and introduce one of the sides which lied on the X axis as AXIS boundary type. After simulating the domain with axisymmetric model I want to show the results in a full cylinder in CFD POST (which I just see a 5 degree wedge) but I canít rotate the geometry under the DEFAULT TRANSFORM option

I just want ti know is there any way that I can regenerate the 3D model from this 2D axisymmetric model while postprocessing?

I use ANSYS 16.0

Please give me some advice for that

Thanks in advance

Best regards
Hello Mlooti, I have had a problem as your case. I have been doing simulation in 3D but the computational time very long. So I want to use 2D axisymetric first. Then convert in to 3D model. Have you figured out method to generate 3D model from 2D. Thank you and best regards,hieu
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