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Old   January 24, 2017, 14:18
Default How to plot surface elevation vs time in paraview4?
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Hello,

I am using interFOAM to run a dam break case. I am post-processing the results with paraview4 and trying to get a plot of water elevation versus time. Everything I have tried seems to give me wrong results.

Any ideas?

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Hello,

I am using interFOAM to run a dam break case. I am post-processing the results with paraview4 and trying to get a plot of water elevation versus time. Everything I have tried seems to give me wrong results.

Any ideas?

Thank you,
Ioanna
Hi Ioanna
you can pick a section which you want to see the free surface fluctuation in that, then you should use "plot over line" option from filters>data analysis (be sure that the line covers all of the vertical length on your domain), then chose the "integrated variables", and in the final step chose "plot selection over time "
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