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- How to create an isosurface at the boundary layer edge in EnSight.
Tagged: 2020 R1, ensight, fluid-dynamics, General, Visualize Data
March 17, 2023 at 8:59 amFAQParticipant
1. Select the wall part and open the Calculator. Use the BL_Thick function. This will create a scalar on the wall part equal to the boundary layer thickness. 2. Select the wall part. Go to Create > Elevated Surfaces. Choose BL_Thick as the variable and set the scale to 1.
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