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Old   September 14, 2007, 19:28
Default How to show part of the geometry.
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Hello all,

When I did my simulation, I used a extended outlet to avoid the backflow. My question is how to just show part of the outlet when post-processing the results. In other words, how to cover part of the geometry when showing the simulation results.


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Old   September 15, 2007, 20:16
Default Re: How to show part of the geometry.
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You can zoom in to the spot you are interested in, then "copy screen" it and paste it in word.

I hope this helps

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