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Table of Contents Preface It describes methods to post-process CAST analysis data. The tutorials are designed to serve the needs of engineers, students, teachers and the casting community at large, who routinely use Visual-CAST as post-processing software. The tutorials are divided into basic tutoriaos advanced training tutorials.
Basic training tutorials describe how Visual-CAST can be used to perform tutoorials postprocessing and plotting operations. Advanced training tutorials take a closer look at some of the key post- processing, plotting and reporting features in Visual-CAST.
At some point, however, the reader should be able to break from the basics and move to the advanced topics. The table below lists the various hands-on tutorials and approximate time estimates for executing them. We close the peocast with a brief note on features and tools that are not covered in the training tutorials.
Objective This tutorial describes in brief the general features prpcast the graphical user interface, menus, Explorer and Command window of Visual-CAST. Thus, a lot of the basic interface functionalities are provided by the Visual-Environment application, while more specific tools are introduced through the Visual-CAST plug-in. In this chapter, the following features are described: Tuutorials Graphical User Interface The corresponding menus and toolbars are then displayed in the menu bar and toolbar panel, respectively, as summarized in the table below: Synchronization Allows navigation of pages: Provides predefined template settings of windows in each page?
Maximizes the current window? Show Only option Curves: Refresh Provides shortcuts to post: If not, it will come with 4-window template. Right-click anywhere on the main toolbar area and select Customize ezi the posted menu. The Customize panel is posted. Select the Toolbars tab to customize the toolbars, viz.
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The Window Area, where models and curves are displayed in one or more windows. The Menu Bar, where all the functions of the active plug-in application are accessible through thematic drop-down menus. The Explorer, where tutorlals loaded curves and models are displayed in a tree structure. The Model Window, where you can see all model-related operations on right-click.
The Message Console Window, where system messages are displayed. The Command Console Window, where Viewer commands are executed. Curves are visualized in the plot window. Esii example is shown below: The active plot window is always displayed with a green color border.
A plot window can be made active by clicking anywhere on it.
The Menu Bar is a thin strip at the top of the Visual-Environment application window, where all the drop-down menus are displayed. Each drop-down menu consists of a list of options. Menus are used in the standard manner as in all menu-driven commercial applications. You can use the mouse or the standard keyboard shortcuts to navigate through them. It lists all the imported results and curve data. The information is displayed in two views, Explorer view and Page view.
It can be used to shift between Explorer and Page views. Usage By selecting the plot title, the corresponding plot will be selected. By selecting the curve name, the corresponding curve will be selected. By right-clicking on All Pages, Page, Plot, Curve, a context-based menu will be displayed for manipulations. In the Message Console Window, application messages will be displayed. Clicking again on a selected item removes it from the selection.
Visualization of Results VTS Objective In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Visual-CAST to load and work with simulation files, and with different contour results. Animation controls are used for modifying the start and end time of animation, and for controlling animation speeds.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the following menu options: Outline Loading Simulation Data Files Select the file workg.
To load the file from command line: Select different volumes and click on OK button. The corresponding volumes will be loaded in the model window. The model is loaded with the default contour result category Thermal and result type Temperature. To animate the contour in continuous steps, click on the Play Forward icon Animation toolbar. Click on the Pause icon?
Change the default type from Step to Time to animate the contour in terms of time increments. Enter the value as 2 in the Increment text field. Enter the start value as 10 and end value as in the text fields above the Speed Control slider to visualize the contour animation in the timeframe of 10 and seconds. Click on the Play Forward icon to animate the contour in the timeframe of 10 and to pause the animation.
Click on Reset button in the Animation Control panel, and click on Close button to close the panel. In the Results list of the Contour Panel, change the default result to Shrinkage Porosity to visualize the porosity with the Cutoff value above 1.
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Click on the Last Frame icon in the Animation toolbar. You can see the porosity region with the Cutoff value above 1.
Click on Contour button. Change the Contour Result type to Temperature. Click on the Cutoff icon to post the Cutoff Control panel. Change the default maximum value to 2 in the text field on the right-hand side to view the Temperature contour when Shrinkage Porosity is above 2.
Click on Show button in the posted Cutoff Info panel to view the volume and other information of the cutoff region. Click on Close button to close the posted panel. In the Contour Panel, change the contour category to Fluid to visualize the fluid flow results. Change the picture type to Snapshot. Click on Unit Tutoorials icon in the Tools toolbar. Similarly, the other contour category and result types are executed.
Change the contour category type to None in the Contour Panel. Click on the Settings button to post the Vector panel. The model is updated with the available vectors, with tutprials default color set as White.
In the Vector panel, change the Color option to Magnitude. The model window is updated with the fluid velocity vector. Typical display of Vector plot? Close the Vector panel.
Change the contour category from None to Thermal. Visualization of Results in Different Modes? In the Contour Panel, select the picture type as Slice to visualize the contour in slice mode. Click on the Add… button and select XY option from the posted list to define section cut in XY plane.
Translate the defined plane to user-defined point. Click on At Point button under the Translate tab of the Section Cut panel and click on any point on the model, or use or translate the defined section to the required position. Change the default tab from Translate to Rotate. Toggle on Y option. Change the default increment to Click on button to rotate the defined plane in clockwise direction. Change the default value to Click on Play icon scan the model for 20 slices.
Similarly, you can scan or visualize the model in X-Ray mode by specifying the Delta value.
Movie can be exported for Scan functionality by clicking on Save Movie… button. Click on the Add… button and select YZ option from the posted tutorils to define section cut in YZ plane. Click on Export… button. Click on Save button.