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Use the corresponding background map for this subarea ( clayhole.ply ) as template. Polygons cannot be imported explicitly into this menu, so we insert the polygon as Segment and use it for the flux analysis: • Select Normal flux through current slice . • Geometric units to be selected: Polygon . • Geometric data selection based on: Segment . The Edit button becomes enabled. • Click on Edit and • Select Import segments as lines. The File Selector pops up. In the uppermost field, the Fil- ter , the extension *.lin is shown . • Change the extension to *.ply and • Click on the Filter button at the lower edge of the file selector. • Select the file clayhole.ply and click on Okay . The polygon is imported and visualized as colored line with an ID. • Select the ID from the light blue button and • Click Start . Figure 10.28 Fluid flux analyzer.
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cbcilt SKM `ä~ëëáÅ ö NRN NMKQ qÜÉ Pa jçÇÉä NMKQKR píÉé Q J Pa çéíáçåë For visualizing 3D prob- lems FEFLOW provides the 3D Options menu. You can enter that menu from the Shell menu as well as from the Problem Editor for visu- alizing the parameters already set or from the Simu- lator menu and from the Postprocessor where addi- tional analyzing tools are available. Use the Tricycler for manipulating the display and move the visualized objects by mouse. Perform the simulation run with the extended model and enter the 3DOptions menu (green button on lower left side of the screen, Figure 10.30). sáëì~äáòÉ Select Visualize - Fences - Materials - Kxx (see Figure 10.30) to get a view of the distribu- tion of conductivity values along the previously designed fences and segments. Change the value of Isosurface scalar, to, for example, 10, in the Tricycler ( Properties - Gen- eral ) . Afterwards enter the 3D Options menu and select Visualize - Isosurface - Mass C. The 10 mg/l isosurface for contaminant mass will be visual- ized. Try the visualization of the other options, too. What would you get by visualizing the 0 kPa isosurface of pressure? Try to switch parts of the visualization on and off using the checkboxes in the Components list and test the changing of colors ( Properties - Color ). `ìí EÄçÇóF Press Exit rotation and start the 3D visual- ization again, for exam- ple with Fringes for Mass C . Click again on the 3D Options button and select Cut (body) . You can define a cut-out either by typing the coordinates in the corresponding fields of the Cut-away Viewer (see Figure 10.31) or by moving the red handlers in the 3D view. Try to find the area where the hydrogeologic window is located and click on the Performing cut button. Figure 10.29 Tricycler. Figure 10.30 3D Options menu. Figure 10.31 Cut-away viewer.
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NRO ö rëÉêÛë j~åì~ä J m~êí ff NMK qìíçêá~ä m~íÜäáåÉë Eo^fF Close the visualization again and choose the Pathlines option from the 3D-Options menu.
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