06 Jun Flow and pressure across a surface
Data postprocessing is not an easy work. Even if provided with one of the easiest CFD software on the market, most of our users still struggle when analysing the results obtained from their simulations. For this reason we started to release a number of posts about peculiar taks that can be achieved thanks to PARAVIEW. For those who missed the previous “calculate forces and torques“, we remind that CONSELF is 100% compatible with many data viewer and in particular PARAVIEW is our preferred choice, because it is completely free and opensource. Anyone can benefit by simply installing it on his machine.
Today the goal of the present tutorial are three:
- Calculation of the integral averaged pressure on a surface
- Calculation of the volume flow through a surface
- Plot a custom defined graph pressure-distance
As example we run the simulation of a simple impeller, such as described in this webinar. The following pictures show the output scheme in a more detailed way.
Once the results have been downloaded you can now use open them into Paraview (remember to open the *.case file) and follow the procedure explained in this video.
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