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Old   September 17, 2020, 05:04
Default How to introduce two results in cfview
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I have two results with the same mesh but different boundary conditions. Now I want to calculate the difference in the static pressure at the same region, but I can't introduce two results at the same time. So does cfview support introucing two results with same mesh but different boundary conditions? As I know, this is applicable in cfd-post in Ansys.
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Sure this is possible in CFView™ using Quantity/Field Data/Projects Comparison.
You can find the explanations in the user guide if you search for: compare projects.
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