How to Create Animations Along the Azimuthal Direction for 3D Models

Mranal Jain June 4, 2018

Here’s a useful postprocessing trick for presenting your 3D modeling results: combine slice plots along the azimuthal direction in order to generate a nontrivial animation.

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Mranal Jain December 24, 2014

In a previous blog entry, we shared a postprocessing technique for creating an animation by combining parallel slices in a 3D steady-state model. Today, we will look at another postprocessing trick: how to evaluate and plot the maximum (or the minimum, average, or integration) value of any variable at various parallel sections along the axial coordinate.

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Mranal Jain August 26, 2014

Creating animations is an effective way to present and visualize simulation results. In COMSOL Multiphysics, this is fairly straightforward using the Player node for time-dependent or parameter sweep study types. But, can we animate how the solution changes along a direction in a 3D steady-state model? The answer is yes. Here, we will learn how to combine parallel slices to create an animation for a 3D steady-state example model, using a three-step process.

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