$GEO_TYPE POLYLINE is not supported yet in PVD output. As Aaron suggest, you can set only DOMAIN there. On ParaView, you can extract values along a polyline using some filter.
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Sent: Friday, March 23, 2018 4:33 AM
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Subject: [ogs-users] Re: 1D Heat Conduction
How about if you change, TECPLOT to PVD?
On Thursday, 22 March 2018 07:09:37 UTC-4, Guillaume Doudou FAYE wrote:
Dear OGS Users,
I am modeling a 1D steady state Heat conduction problem through a
multi-layer geological domain (between an inferred Magma chamber at
900deg C at the bottom of the domain and the surface; the layers of the
domain have different thermal properties).
Attached are my input files.
When I run the simulation using VTK in my .OUT file, I get no output at
When I use TECPLOT, An output is produced but it seems to be empty as I
fail to visualize it in Paraview.
I am using OGS 5.7.0 on windows.
If anyone has an idea about what I am getting wrong, please let me know.
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