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Default Results of an axisymmetric simulation in Fluent
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I am currently doing a simulation of the airflow within a pipe/duct using a 2d model. When using the set up option in Fluent, I marked that I want the model to be axisymetric, so the simulation should be for the entire pipe/duct (360 degree spin on the X axis). Is it possible to view the results of such a simulation in 3D so that the whole pipe is shown?
In the results it shows the case as if had some kind of 3rd dimension, as if was a piece of cake but I can not find any option to see the whole duct after the simulation process. Is this possible?
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