FEM PostFilterClipRegion

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FEM PostFilterClipRegion.svg FEM PostFilterClipRegion

Menu location
Results → Region clip filter
Workbenches
FEM
Default shortcut
None
Introduced in version
-
See also
FEM Result pipeline, FEM Filter functions, FEM tutorial

Description

Clips a field using a sphere or a plane cutting through the model.

FEM Region-Cut-Filter-Example.png

A region cut filter with a sphere as cut function.
The original pipeline is the semi-transparent object.

Usage

  1. Select a previously created result pipeline.
  2. Invoke the command either by:
    • Pressing the button FEM PostFilterClipRegion.svg Region clip filter button.
    • Using the menu Results → FEM PostFilterClipRegion.svg Region clip filter option from the menu.
  3. Adjust the Result display options like for the result pipeline. You might need to hide the pipeline to see the effect of the filter in the preview.
  4. Either
    • If there is no filter function defined yet, press the List-add.svg Create button and select Fem-post-geo-plane.svg Plane or Fem-post-geo-sphere.svg Sphere
    • Choose an existing filter function from the list. If needed, adjust the cut parameters to make sure that it intersects the model. Note that changed cut parameters will also change the parameters of the used filter function.
  5. The model will be clipped using the filter function. Select the Inside Out option to invert the cut. Select the Cut Cells option to smooth the clipped region by eliminating parts of finite elements that are sticking out.
  6. Click the OK button to finish the command.

Note: If there exist not yet a filter function, you can only directly set a Field after its creation when FEM PostApplyChanges.svg Apply Changes is on. Otherwise you can first do this after reopening the filter dialog.