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Old   May 27, 2020, 14:48
Default how to load surface data with paraview?
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Hello

I would like to save surface data during runtime.

My controlDict file is like this

functions
{
cuttingPlane
{
type surfaces;
functionObjectLibs ("libsampling.so");
outputControl outputTime;

surfaceFormat foamfile;
fields ( p U );

interpolationScheme cellPoint;

surfaces
(
yNormal
{
type cuttingPlane;
planeType pointAndNormal;
pointAndNormalDict
{
basePoint (0 0 0);
normalVector (0 0 1);
}
interpolate true;
}
);
}

if i use surfaceFormat foamfile, there are no post processing file in it.

or if i use surfaceForamt VTK, I don't know what is this result..

Could anyone help? I want to know I write down controdict file correctly..
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