[Paraview] Construct 3D revolved mesh from a 2d mesh
Andrew Parker
andy.john.parker at googlemail.com
Fri Feb 1 05:06:40 EST 2013
Sorry to repost. Does anybody have a feel for whether I can apply a filter
and essentially produce a 3d volume mesh with associated scalars and
transformed vectors, from it's 2d counter part using vtk?
i.e. a cylindrically symmetric simulation converted to a valid 3d volume
mesh. I can apply the filter, similar to this thread:
http://www.paraview.org/pipermail/paraview/2012-March/024320.html
but in my case, rather than for presentational purposes, I need the
internal of the rotated shell to be a populated volume mesh. Using the
method in the above post, or described in my previous post gives only the
outer shell.
Any help either way really appreciated!
Cheers,
Andy
All,
>
> I am doing this in code using vtk, but can be reproduced using paraview as
> noted below.
>
> I have a 2d mesh which represent a cylindrically symmetric simulation. I
> want to be able to revolve this around the z-axis to create a 3d mesh.
> However, when doing this using the rotational extrusion filter, I only
> seem to have boundary faces. I can't get this to give me 3d cells inside
> the volume of revolution, which is what I'm after. Can this be done? I
> have done this in visit and sure enough the mesh is inside the volume of
> revolution as I expect.
>
> This can be reproduced in paraview using the UCD_00003.inp example from
> the data set.
>
> First apply a transform and rotate around 90 degrees round the y axis.
> Then apply the extract surface filter. I too must do this in my code as
> the incoming mesh is a vtkUnstructuredGrid and the rotational extrusion
> filter wants a polydata. Then apply the rotational extrusion filter for
> 360 degrees with 120 resolution. Finally perform an x-normal slice at the
> default position. Viewing only the slice shows the outer boundary only,
> but I had wanted the interior of the boundary to be populated with a mesh,
> not bothered about its topology, just want a fully populated mesh within
> the interior.
>
> Again, any help on the above really appreciated?? As I say achieved with
> visit....which I mention only because I assume the code under the hood
> would be vtk and hence possible in my case.
>
> Many thanks,
> Andy
>
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