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Old   April 5, 2009, 00:10
Default Vorticity Iso-Surface
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Hi all,

People always show vorticity Iso-Surfaces for LES modeling. However Picking up different vorticity, you should get different shapes of vorticity Iso-Surface . Can someone please explain, what's the physical difference of the Iso-Surface for the larger and smaller vorticity.

For example, what physical phenomena can the contour of the smaller vorticity represents and what does the contour of larger vorticity represnts.


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