By combining the largest feature set and exceptional performance on any size model, FlowSight™ helps modelers make more precise design decisions. FlowSight is bundled with the entire product suite.
FlowSight is fully equipped with particle visualization capabilities. Particles can be colored by particle diameter, particle density, particle lifetime, velocity and other variables of a relevance. In this case, particles are colored by their respective diameters.
FlowSight’s streamline feature is an incisive way to visualize complex dynamics patterns with full fidelity, providing a realtime snapshot of flow field velocity direction. While pathlines simulate the trajectory of a fluid particle through time, history lines animate fluid particles in the flow field.
Velocity Vector Fields
FlowSight provides users the option of visualizing the velocity vector field both on a plane or the entire volume speed and direction analyses throughout the domain. The customizable vector fields allow for variable colorization and density/scale adjustments to increase clarity.
Iso-Surfaces are a powerful, quick method for visualizing fluid and solid surfaces, well-suited to displaying constant turbulent energy regions.
2D Clips are used to visualize a fluid parameter across any cross-section plane.
The 3D clipping tool lets users slice the iso-surface in all six directions simultaneously, useful for detecting high defect areas, visualizing temperature, pressure, velocity profiles inside both fluid and solid regions.
- Provide animation between the extents of a particular direction
- Swap in a single direction at a time
- Animate in both directions: forward and backward
Analyze surface views with expansive flexibility—including visualization over planar, cylindrical, box, conical, spherical, and streamline surfaces, helpful when fluid flow requires visualization on non-planar surfaces. Arbitrary clips also enable creation of multiple clips in time succession.
Using a customizable volume map to illustrate a variable throughout the volume, instead of only on the iso-surface. Shown left, the strain rate magnitude of each bubble and the surrounding liquid is shown with volume rendering.
Point probes illustrate the evolution of a variable over time, a line probe returns the variation of a variable’s values over distance. Right, a probe illustrates the solidification fraction of fluid.
Graphing tools brings a robust level of analytics to general history, diagnostics, and mesh dependent data, showing different simulation data comparatively.
Two different options are available for vortex core identification — Vorticity and Eigen analysis, allowing filterable result generation based on core strength.
Link/view separate cases together in the same viewport.
Multiple Data Views
Explore visualizations in both numerical and visual formats.
Visualizing Non-inertial Reference Frame Motion
Non-inertial reference frame visualization provides a convenient simulation setup,
drives down computational times and lets users visualize their models in a realistic manner.