Tagged: Discovery Live, fluids
April 6, 2018 at 12:35 pmpappSubscriberHi, I've observed the following minor errors on charts:
- The axes notations are not consequent. For example, on the attached image the variable (Time) is displayed on the horizontal axis, however on the vertical axis the unit (C) can be read. I suggest, that both the unit and the dimension should be noted on both axes, such as "Time [s]" or "Temperature [°C]".
- Only the start and the end (actual) time is visible on the time axes (see the attached image). This happens occasionally, sometimes multiple time points are denoted. When I try to use the "instant statistics" on the charts (displaying the min, max and mean values of a swept area), it is quite useful to know exactly where we are in time...
April 6, 2018 at 9:12 pmBrian BuenoAnsys Employee
I will inquire with our development team and let you know.
April 11, 2018 at 7:48 pmBrian BuenoAnsys EmployeeBálint Papp Here is the response from the development team: 1. Good suggestion. Currently the title is intended to be used to indicate the quantity use for the y axis calculation. It can be a complex input and we thought it made little sense to display directly the input. 2. Good suggestion. We improved this in the next release. See image below. Thanks for the other suggestions. As you can imagine we are constantly working on lots of large and small improvements. I do not follow the max points question. Can you provide a sample model that reproduces the problem?
April 12, 2018 at 5:08 ampappSubscriber
BBueno_ANSYS thanks for the answer :)
I'll upload a sample model in a couple of days, if the problem regarding multiple measurement points is still present.
I've suggested previously "value vs coordinate" type of charts, e.g. velocity profiles along a line. Is there any chance to see this in the near future as a part of a new release?
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