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Old   April 10, 2019, 06:54
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Hello Everyone,

My geometry consists of two boxes of equal size. And they are patched together through one of their 6 faces. The two outer faces of these boxes are hot and cold respectively. And I am simulating the heat transfer from the hot face of one box to the cold face of the other box.

My simulation is running, but when I want to visualize the temperature change in ParaView, it shows nothing and when I select the temperature (volume field) and press the run button, it gives a small '?' along with the temperature (T?).

I am not getting that either it is a problem with my simulation OR I am not able to visualize my simulation properly in ParaView?

I am attaching screenshot of my simulation in ParaView, the geometry and mesh for your reference.


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paraview 5.0.1, post procesing

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