How do I view/create multiple blade passages for post-processing if I only analyzed one blade passage?
Tagged: 14, cfd-post, fluid-dynamics, General
March 17, 2023 at 8:58 amFAQParticipant
To create the effect of multiple passages from a single passage in CFD-Post: 1. From the Menu above the viewer window, click Insert>Instance Transform, or click the â€œInstance Transformâ€ icon in the toolbar. 2. In the Instance Transform window , uncheck Instancing Info from Domain to activate transformations and turn on Apply Rotation 3. Provide the rotational axis, number of passages in 360 deg, and number of copies desired. 4. On the objects to be replicated, go to the â€œViewâ€ tab, scroll down and select the name of the new Instance Transform under the â€œApply Instancing Transformâ€ Transform pull-down menu. NOTE: If you want all the post-processing to be done with replication, modify the Default Transform under User Locations and Plots rather than creating a new Instance Transform. This will automatically replicate all the objects under User Locations and Plots and make step 4 unnecessary.
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