Tagged: ansys-fluent, Cell register, cell-zone
June 6, 2022 at 8:32 amFAQParticipant
To create a Cell Registers from a Cell Zone, i.e. Cell zone with ID 2:
– Open the Field Variable Register control panel. Right Mouse Button (RMB) on Cell Registers > New… > Field Variable…
– Set Cells in Range as Type – None as Derivative Option – None as Scaling Option
– Select Filed Value of Cell Info… and Cell Zone Index
– Set Iso-Min to 1.9 and Iso-Max to 2.1
– Save it If the cell Zone only needs to be used in an Expression, another approach is to simply use the variable CellZoneIndex. In this case no register will be created.
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