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Old   January 17, 2017, 10:14
Default How to isolate geometric elements in a solution file?
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So, essentially, I've got my solution I'm reading into paraview but it consists of a rectangular cylinder enclosing an airfoil section; an airfoil in a water tunnel setup. I'd like to only view the solution about the airfoil since this is the geometry of interest, and I know that the walls of the tunnel, the inlet, the outlet, and the airfoil section itself are all listed as separate entities, but I'm not sure how to actually isolate the airfoil within paraview.

Thanks for any help/tips you can offer.
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