Tutorial 2 : Working with Clips and IsoSurfaces

In this second tutorial, we cover some of the basics in creating Clips and IsoSurfaces within your EnSight Standard for Barracuda session. Clips and IsoSurfaces are the most common method to inspect the interior results of your continuous domain. 

Clips can be created via many different constraints (XYZ, RTZ, Arbitrary Plane, Line, Cylinder, etc. etc). Once created, simply clicking and dragging on the clip will allow you to dynamically adjust the location of the clip, and allow you to inspect the variable within the continuum domain. 

IsoSurfaces are a surface of single variable value. For example, a surface which describes where velocity = 10; would illustrate the geometric surface which comprises a velocity = 10. IsoSurfaces are a very common tool to inspect the extent to which variable variations proceed through the domain. IsoVolume are a "type" of IsoSurface, which allow you to specify an upper and lower bound to the variable, and thus typically produces a 'volume' (when the parent is a 3D part).

To view the tutorial, please follow the link below.

Tutorial 2: Clips and IsoSurfaces

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