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how to get the volume of an iso-surface

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    • jszjvictor
      Subscriber

      Hi all,

      in my 3D problem, I create an iso-surface to show regions with, say c>1 mol/L. How can I obtain the volume of these regions? Thanks.

    • Rob
      Ansys Employee
      You can't at present as it's a surface and not a volume. You can use adaption registers to separate cells, or there are some tricks using scalars and custom field functions. I'm not permitted to explain the latter on here as the forum is classed as public domain. Other users may want to elaborate.
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