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Old   August 25, 2020, 23:18
Default Getting data from an unstructured mesh interpolated on a uniform, cartesian grid
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Hello all,

I have an unstructured mesh I created with gmsh for a 2D flow past a cylinder. However, I want to save data on a uniform, Cartesian grid. I am not sure how to project the unstructured data onto a uniform grid in the best way. So far, I have tried Paraview's filters > point interpolation > point plane interpolator, I thought I did this correctly, but it is giving me weird flickering results.

I also want to save the uniform data at each iteration afterwards, and I am looking for a way to do that recursively.

Thank you.

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cylinder laminar, interpolation, paraview, uniform, unstructed mesh

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