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- When trying to apply a .cst with Turbo post-processing to a new results file, the turbo plots and streamwise location variable range aren’t correct. How can this be fixed.
When trying to apply a .cst with Turbo post-processing to a new results file, the turbo plots and streamwise location variable range aren’t correct. How can this be fixed.
Tagged: 2021 R1, cfd-post, fluid-dynamics, Turbo Post-processing
March 17, 2023 at 8:59 amFAQParticipant
This can likely be prevented by defining the correct order while setting up the initial model in TurboPre can also help. TurboPre will embed information about the component ordering in the definition file for TurboPost to use. However once the .res file is written, the component ordering can’t be changed. If you already have a .res file, in CFD-Post go to Edit > Options > Turbo and turn on Disable automatic component ordering. Then manually initialize the components. The order in which you initialize will be the component order. Edit the .cst in a text editor and remove the DATA READER section. Then load the .cst file. The turbo plots and streamwise location variable range will now be correct.
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