I would like to compare the fields of pressure gradients between the results of two simulations. However, there is insufficient memory available on my machine to allow the comparison between two full res files using the interpolation tool in the CFX-Solver Manager. I cannot reduce the size of my res files as it is not possible to specify the pressure gradients as selected variables.
Tagged: 2021 R1, cfd-post, fluid-dynamics, General
March 17, 2023 at 8:58 amFAQParticipant
It is possible to perform the comparison in CFD-Post by using a frozen variable from the first res file, as follows: 1. Open your first res file in CFD-Post 2. Pick the Variables tab 3. Click on the â€œCreate New Objectâ€ icon and provide a suitable name for the variable you want to keep. Select OK 4. On the form select â€œFrozen Copyâ€ for the Method 5. Select the required gradient in the Copy From box (you will have to use the â€œâ€¦â€ to the right-hand side 6. Repeat 3.-5. as necessary. 7. Load in your second res file. On the Variables tab you will see that your created variables have been retained 8. You can now create new variables, the values of which are the differences between the components of pressure gradient in the new file and those saved as frozen copies from the old file. 9. Plot your new variables created in 8. to see the differences.
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