Animation in the gallery Hanford

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Animation in the gallery Hanford

Postby rosellina » Mon Sep 27, 2010 10:01 am

Hallo to everyone!
I would like to make some animation just like in this picture in the gallery.
http://img137.imageshack.us/i/streamlinesanimation.png
Should i have a transient simulation, or it is possible with a steady one?

How can I manage to obtain this effect on te lines?
Any help would be appraciated.

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Re: Animation in the gallery Hanford

Postby rosellina » Wed Oct 06, 2010 11:11 pm

Oh well , I would like to know if it is at least possible to contact the people who submit their work in the gallery.
Some of the features that I see are the right layout for my project too, but I just don't manage to implement by myself yet.
Best regards.

Ben

Re: Animation in the gallery Hanford

Postby Ben » Thu Oct 07, 2010 8:07 am

I am not able to view the animation using Chrome or Firefox.

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Re: Animation in the gallery Hanford

Postby rosellina » Mon Oct 11, 2010 1:22 am

hello!
Just a screenshot.


http://www.bildupload.com/index.php?ima ... f9ecdc0f60


Please let me know if it is possible to see that.
Best regards.

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Re: Animation in the gallery Hanford

Postby rosellina » Mon Oct 11, 2010 3:37 am

http://www.tecplot.com/Community/PlotGa ... tions.aspx
The second from the right on the second row.
"Streamlines 2005" and "hanford"

jim

Re: Animation in the gallery Hanford

Postby jim » Tue Oct 12, 2010 11:47 am

I was hoping someone else would jump in on this because I was also curious how it was done. You can simulate this with steady state data by using stream traces where the time delta is large (like "1"), however, you won't see the effect of the lines increasing in length.

Thus, I conjecture this is time-dependent data and they're releasing streak lines (Analyze -> Calculate Particle Paths and Streaklines) with a Release interval between 0 and 1. (In other words,one particle per fraction of the time steps). The streak lines are depicted by a mesh (the line itself) and use of right triangle scatter symbol.


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