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najunaju January 24, 2013 06:41

Time Averaged Streamlines
 
Dear all,

Hope you are doing well.

I am a new openFoam User. I would like to plot time averaged streamlines. Is it possible in openFoam.

For post processing, I am using paraFoam.

Any kind of help, will be highly appreciable.:)

wyldckat January 26, 2013 20:05

Greetings najunaju and welcome to the forum!

Could you explain what exactly do you mean by time-averaged streamlines? Because from what I'm imagining, it's not possible to do an time-average of the streamlines themselves.

The best you might get is to do streamlines of the time-averaged velocity. If that is what you want, then you should apply the following sequence of filters:
  1. "Temporal Statistics". It can calculate the average, maximum and minimum and standard deviation of all loaded fields.
  2. "Streamlines", but apply them to the the output of the previous filter. I.e. make sure it's selected in the Pipeline Browser and then click on the streamlines button.
Best regards,
Bruno


PS: I've removed the duplicate post you had and moved this one to the correct sub-forum, as you did for the repeated post.
If and when you still haven't discovered an answer to your question, you can continue posting in your thread, indicating what you've found so far and by improving your question, if possible.

najunaju January 28, 2013 02:39

Dear Mr. Bruno Santos,

Thank you very much, I was looking for that. I will try, the way you told.

I am extremely sorry for posting it on a wrong forum.

I really appreciate to all of you for such kind of cooperation and knowledge shearing activities.

naimul.

wyldckat January 28, 2013 05:50

Hi Naimul,

No problem! And I'm glad to have been able to help!

Best regards,
Bruno


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