Tagged: 2019 R1, fluent, fluid-dynamics, General - FLUENT
March 17, 2023 at 8:59 amFAQParticipant
In 19.2 and 2019R1 the center of rotation selected using the center mouse button would be set on the farthest boundary along the line of view, in particular cases. For example a model in a wind tunnel configuration where only half of the domain is computed. With all the external boundaries activated, selecting the center of rotation on the model surface would set the rotation point on the boundary behind the model along the line of sight. The workaround is to show only the model surface so that the center of rotation sets on the correct boundary. Keywords: Center of Rotation, Surface, Boundary, View
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