Xaxis displays the x components of the vectors yaxis

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xaxis Displays the x components of the vectors. yaxis Displays the y components of the vectors. yon Displays the attachment-entity region located above the plane. zaxis Displays the z components of the vectors.
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Object Modification Commands POSTPROCESSING COMMANDS 7-24 © Fluent Inc., Jul-04 7.2.6 object modify sphere Purpose To modify a sphere postprocessing object. General Form object modify sphere label point real1 real2 real3 [ radius real ] { group group volume volume face face } [ shift real value real ] [ hither ] [ yon ] [ none ] [ contour [ dof ] [ lines bands smooth wire surfaces cloud real ] [ minimum real ] [ maximum real ] [ intervals integer ] ] [ vector [ dof ] [ noarrow flatarrow ] [ color integer ( or color ) dofcolor dof ] [ minimum real ] [ maximum real ] [ scale real ] [ xaxis ] [ yaxis ] [ zaxis ] ] Example object modify sphere "sphere_object.3" contour bands
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POSTPROCESSING COMMANDS Object Modification Commands © Fluent Inc., Jul-04 7-25 Keywords Keyword Description bands Specifies a Bands contour for the postprocessing object. cloud Specifies a Cloud contour for the postprocessing object with cloud density, real . color Specifies a uniform color for all displayed vectors. The color can be specified either by means of its name ( color ) or corresponding integer value ( integer ). contour Plots contours for the dof results variable on the postprocess- ing object. dofcolor Specifies that the color of the displayed vectors is determined by the magnitude of the dof results variable. face Face entity to which the postprocessing object is attached. flatarrow Includes arrows at all vector tips. group Group entity to which the postprocessing object is attached. hither Displays the attachment-entity region located inside the sphere. intervals Number of intervals to be displayed between minimum and maximum values on the contour. lines Specifies a Lines contour for the postprocessing object. maximum Specifies the maximum value of the results variable to be displayed on the contour or maximum value for which vectors are displayed. minimum Specifies the minimum value of the results variable to be displayed on the contour or minimum value for which vectors are displayed. noarrow Specifies that the vectors do not include arrows at their tips. none Displays the region of the attachment entity intersected by the surface of the sphere.
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Object Modification Commands POSTPROCESSING COMMANDS 7-26 © Fluent Inc., Jul-04 Keyword Description point Specifies the coordinates of the center point of the sphere. radius Specifies the sphere radius ( Default = 1). scale Specifies the size of the displayed vectors relative to their default lengths. shift Increases the sphere radius by the value of real relative to the current sphere radius value. smooth Specifies a Smooth contour for the postprocessing object. surfaces Specifies a Isosurfaces contour for the postprocessing object. value Specifies the size of the cube—the value of real is equal to one half of the length of a cube edge ( Default = 1). (NOTE : This specification is equivalent to the radius specification.) vector Plots vectors for the dof results variable on the postprocessing object.
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