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TKNP `çåíáåìÉ páãìä~íáçå The simulation can be continued directly from the postprocessor. This is useful whenever the final time for which the postprocessor data were stored in a simu- lation run is later considered insufficient, or if a simula- tion that had been interrupted (e.g., by a system crash) is to be completed based on the already simulated results. The command Continue simulation starts the Simulation kernel (Section 6). You can define a new initial time step length, and a new final time for tran- sient simulations. The new results are appended to the current postprocessor file (.dac). The online Help offers a complete description of the Postprocessor. To leave the Postprocessor and enter the FEFLOW shell, the menu item Exit to master menu should be selected. få Å~ëÉ çÑ ãçî~ÄäÉ ãÉëÜÉë áå PaI íÜÉ ëíê~íáÖê~éÜó çÑ íÜÉ ä~ëí ëÉäÉÅíÉÇ íáãÉ ëíÉé áë ã~áåí~áåÉÇ ïÜÉå ÉñáíáåÖ íÜÉ mçëíéêçÅÉëëçêI áKÉKI ïÜÉå êÉíìêåáåÖ íç íÜÉ ã~ëíÉê ãÉåìK qç ÅêÉ~íÉ ~ Pa éêçÄJ äÉã ÑáäÉ ïáíÜ íÜÉ çêáÖáå~ä ëíê~íáÖê~éÜáÅ Ç~í~ ìëÉ íÜÉ ÛoÉÜ~ëÜ cKbK mêçÄäÉãÛ çéíáçåK
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cbcilt SKM `ä~ëëáÅ ö VT U Pa léíáçåë UKN lîÉêîáÉï The 3D options menu offers several graphical tools for a 3D analysis of parameter distributions and for performing a 3D particle tracking. The menu is opened by clicking the green 3D-Options button located at the lower left side of the working window. Commands are available to visualize different parameter distributions in a 3D view, draw isosurfaces, cut the projection, and draw 3D pathlines. All actions are described in the message window at the base of the working window. The visualized objects can be rotated, moved and zoomed by mouse and keyboard control. Clicking the 3D-Options button cascade menus appear: UKO qÜÉ qêáÅóÅäÉê The FEFLOW Tricycler menu controls the rotation, zooming and z -exaggeration of the model projection. You can also zoom inside the body of the model (useful for checking the bottom eleva- tion). Different components of the view such as isosur- faces or background maps can be turned on and off and can be given user-specified names. The Properties button invokes a submenu where Isosurface levels ( General ), Drawing options ( Mesh ), and the shading colors ( Color ) can be set. The Tricycler is visible during the whole 3D options session. Click on Exiting rotation to return to the 2D visualization; click on Help for detailed online Help . Figure 8.1 3D options menu. U Pa léíáçåë The internal FEFLOW 3D visualization and analysis tool
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VU ö rëÉêÛë j~åì~ä J m~êí f UK Pa léíáçåë Rotation and zooming of the body of the model is also possible via mouse and keyboard commands. The message bar below the working window displays the necessary information.
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