May 15, 2023 at 8:32 amSolutionParticipant
There is no direct method to exclude cells for certain post-processing operations. If you need to restrict the post-processing operations to a certain region, you have several options: 1.Restrict the post-processing to a certain cell zone 2.Trim post-processing surfaces with iso-clips 3.Separate cells to create new cell zones that option 1 is available even if the original mesh was not sliced into multiple cell zones
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