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Old   June 22, 2020, 15:19
Default How do I visualize vortex shredding of square cylinder in paraview
Sultan Islam
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Dear CFD Online Forumers/Paraviewers,

I hope everyone is doing well! I am currently trying to solve and visualize a square cylinder vortex shredding tutorial from here:

So far I'm currently solving the LES model but I have done the RANS already. When running paraFoam I get this:

However I want to get it like this:

So how do I get the view to change like this and how do I get the vortex to visualize like that? I already computed Q in openfoam with the post process flag. Just wondering what I am missing?

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