|October 7, 2014, 11:14||
how to plot temperature in chtmultiregionfoam
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i'd like to plot the temperature in my three-part model (leftSolid, Plasma, rightSolid) in paraview. But it seems difficult for me, to show the whole temperature in the three parts in one diagram. It is difficult for me , to connect all the data and show it decently. As it is produced from chtMultiRegionFoam, so we have three .openfoam data files.I wonder if i can merge the three .openfoam file in one . If not possible, could someone kindly recommend a good postprocess software for me? Thank you all the same.
|October 7, 2014, 19:42||
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What you have to do is to open all the .OpenFOAM files wit paraview, select them at the same time (by pressing ctrl button) in the Pipeline Browser and use the Group Datasets filter. By doing that you can see the temperature distribution in the selected parts at a time.
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