December 25, 2022 at 11:58 amWaruna MaddumageSubscriber
As shown below I am pouring a liquid onto geometry.
I want to create a contour plot on the surface of the geometry to show the fluid layer thickness at each point. I'm hoping to do this by creating an iso-surface and then measuring the distance between the geometry and the iso-surface. Finally using that data to create a contour.
1. Can I do this using the ensight "by constant part sweep" option?
2. I used the ensight calculator to create a predefined function called "Dist2part" which gives me just a single value. Can I combine this with "by constant part sweep" to measure the thickness of the oil layer?
Much appreciated it If you can point me in the direction here.
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