Volume volume entity to which the postprocessing

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volume Volume entity to which the postprocessing object is attached. wire Specifies a Wire-isosurfaces contour for the postprocessing object. xaxis Displays the x components of the vectors. yaxis Displays the y components of the vectors. yon Displays the attachment-entity region located outside the sphere. zaxis Displays the z components of the vectors.
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POSTPROCESSING COMMANDS Utility Commands © Fluent Inc., Jul-04 7-27 7.3 Utility Commands GAMBIT postprocessing utility commands allow you to activate, deactivate, and delete existing postprocessing objects and to specify fog density for contour cloud options. They include the following commands: activate deactivate delete fog The following sections summarize the purpose, form, and parameters associated with each of the commands listed above.
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Utility Commands POSTPROCESSING COMMANDS 7-28 © Fluent Inc., Jul-04 7.3.1 activate Purpose To activate a currently deactivated postprocessing object in any or all of the graphics window quadrants. General Form activate [ object1 [ object2 [ ... ] ] ] [ inwindow range ] Example activate "plane_object.1" inwindow 3 Keywords Keyword Description inwindow Specifies the graphics window quadrant in which display of the postprocessing object is to be activated ( range = 1, 2, 3, or 4)
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POSTPROCESSING COMMANDS Utility Commands © Fluent Inc., Jul-04 7-29 7.3.2 deactivate Purpose To deactivate a currently activated postprocessing object in any or all of the graphics window quadrants. General Form deactivate [ object1 [ object2 [ ... ] ] ] [ inwindow range ] Example deactivate "cube_object.1" inwindow 1 2 Keywords Keyword Description inwindow Specifies the graphics window quadrant in which display of the postprocessing object is to be deactivated ( range = 1, 2, 3, or 4)
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Utility Commands POSTPROCESSING COMMANDS 7-30 © Fluent Inc., Jul-04 7.3.3 delete Purpose To delete an existing postprocessing object. General Form delete [ object1 [ object2 [ ... ] ] ] Example delete "sphere_object.4" "cylinder_object.7" Keywords None
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POSTPROCESSING COMMANDS Utility Commands © Fluent Inc., Jul-04 7-31 7.3.4 fog Purpose To specify the density of points used in the display of all currently activated contour cloud displays. General Form fog { density real transparent } Example fog density 2 Keywords Keyword Description density Specifies the cloud density relative to the current density. For example, if real =2, GAMBIT doubles the density of points used to display all currently activated contour clouds. transparent Deactivates all currently displayed contour clouds.
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