I am trying to show the air flow path via an animation to few of the 'non-technical' folks here (to convince the need for some more air vents that industrial design currently doesn't have).
Problem is, the animation is too fast (see attached file). How can I 'slow down' the speed of animation output (generated by Autodesk Algor professional 2010) so users can see where air is getting trapped & how does it flow thru the air volume?
The animation is for steady state fluid flow problem with 5 steps. I can provide more details if needed.
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I think there is a method I used once in a thermal analysis, but off the top of my head I can't remember. We may have done it within the avi. I'll check when I get back to my Sim platform.
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If the fluid flow animation dialog is the same as what I am remembering, there is a control for the number of frames per second. So instead of the default 15 frames per second, you want something like 1 frame per second. Then the 5 step animation will run for 5 seconds.
Simulation Mechanical user since Dec 1997