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Old   October 16, 2021, 18:04
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Hello
I have been simulating a half model of an airplane and have been running into some strange problems while post-processing. This is true for both surface wall-shear lines and volume lines.

I need to mirror my model and create streamtraces. If I first create the mirrored zone and then create streamtraces, the streamtraces in the mirrored part are not mirrored! They still folllow the original solution domain.

The workaround I found was creating all my streamtraces on the original half-domain, then mirroring the domain and then recreating the new required streamtraces. This is not feasible.

Has anybody faced the same issue? Any solutions?
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