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Old   December 31, 2016, 07:47
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Hello everyone, I'm trying to get a picture like the on below in ANSYS Fluent, what can I do in order to see the wake in 3D?
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Old   January 2, 2017, 08:23
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Hi,

I dont know if you could do this in Fluent but have u tried paraview ? I've seen some pic like this with this tool (paraview)
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Old   January 3, 2017, 02:04
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It appears to be an isosurface of some quantity. But I have no idea what it is. It could be an isosurface of some vorticity and colored by pressure or something.

Anyway, make an isosurface!
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