January 2, 2023 at 1:03 pmenie.dreylingSubscriber
i simulated particles in gas flow with 6 dpm injections in Fluent. Now i want to export and look at 3 of these particle traces in cfd post or ensight. I tried exporting the specific injections seperately but cfd post doesnt let me open the file. In Ensight I cannot create a Query with the variable I need.
How can I open the particle file in cfd post or ensight to look at the particle velocity over xyz ccoordinates?
January 2, 2023 at 4:35 pmSRPSubscriber
To export particle history data to CFD post, please refer to user's guide: 3.15. Exporting Steady-State Particle History Data (ansys.com)
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