September 9, 2019 at 12:03 pmAoranSubscriber
I am doing the fluent tutorials case of 19.0 "Simulating a Single Battery Cell Using the MSMD Battery
Model", and I am of doing at the 22.4.5 postprocessing number 7, which asked me to display the discharge curves for the positive tab for the different discharge rates. However after I have done all process the tutorials asked, the plot just blinks and goes to a weird straight line.
I am using the Anasys fluent 19.0 standalone, and my computer system is win-10.
Well, since for the internet limit I can not upload the tinkle short video, but I will upload later on.
I just ask if anybody has met the same problem? And if someone did, how to solve the problem and show the right plot?
September 9, 2019 at 12:12 pmAoranSubscriber
September 9, 2019 at 1:53 pmspatelAnsys Employee
This is not something I have experienced. It seems like a graphics issue - please check you are using the supported graphics card and the drivers are up to date. Below is a link to a list of cards tested for R19.2. Also, please consider using a recent release - R2019R2.
September 11, 2019 at 11:47 pmAoranSubscriber
Thank you for answering my question. I will check my graphic card and the latest release, and I will let you know if it is solved.
September 12, 2019 at 12:37 amAoranSubscriber
I think I have found what had happened to me.
The problem is I have loaded too much information for plotting. For the max_temperature shows I have loaded the max_temperature data, but also it has flow_time data with it. To show the relations between max_temperature and the time steps, things I need to do more than change legend entry of the max_temperature, but also need to disable each flow-time under the box of Y-Axis Variables in the File-XY-PLOT dialog box.
In this case, the plot screen will not twinkle anymore.
I believe one reason that caused this is I am using the tutorial for 19.2 and my fluent version is 19.0 that caused a slightly difference.
Thanks for Samir's help.
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