solver.tui.display.set.velocity_vectors#

class main_menu.display.set.velocity_vectors(path, service)#

Enters the menu to set parameters for display of velocity vectors.

auto_scale(*args, **kwargs)#

Auto-scales all vectors so that vector overlap is minimal.

color(*args, **kwargs)#

Sets the color of all velocity vectors to the color specified. The color scale is ignored. This is useful when overlaying a vector plot over a contour plot.

color_levels(*args, **kwargs)#

Sets the number of colors used from the colormap.

component_x(*args, **kwargs)#

Sets the option to use only the component of the velocity vectors during display.

component_y(*args, **kwargs)#

Sets the option to use only the component of the velocity vectors during display.

component_z(*args, **kwargs)#

Sets the option to use only the component of the velocity vectors during display.

constant_length(*args, **kwargs)#

Sets the option to draw velocity vectors of constant length. This shows only the direction of the velocity vectors.

global_range(*args, **kwargs)#

Turns global range for vectors on/off.

in_plane(*args, **kwargs)#

Toggles the display of velocity vector components in the plane of the surface selected for display.

log_scale(*args, **kwargs)#

Toggles whether color scale is logarithmic or linear.

node_values(*args, **kwargs)#

Enables/disables the plotting of node values. Cell values will be plotted if “no”.

relative(*args, **kwargs)#

Toggles the display of relative velocity vectors.

render_mesh(*args, **kwargs)#

Enables/disables rendering the mesh on top of contours, vectors, and so on.

scale(*args, **kwargs)#

Sets the value by which the vector length will be scaled.

scale_head(*args, **kwargs)#

Sets the value by which the vector head will be scaled.

style(*args, **kwargs)#

Specifies the vector style that will be used when the vectors are displayed. You can choose from:3d arrow,3d arrowhead, cone,filled-arrow, arrow,harpoon, or headless.

surfaces(*args, **kwargs)#

Sets surfaces on which vectors are drawn. You can include a wildcard (*) within the surface names.