# Quick Answer: How do you mirror an object in Ansys?

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## How do you mirror results in Ansys Fluent?

fluent> graphics and annotations> vector or contour plot…. plot your result. After this in the menu> display scenes > select the mirrored axis or planes and apply.

## How do I mirror a CFD post?

With CFD-Post loaded, click File > Load State and select the . cst file. Right click in the graphics menu, and click Reflect/Mirror. Post asks “Which direction do you want the normal in?” Click the axis desired for mirroring the geometry.

## How do you use symmetry boundary conditions in Ansys Workbench?

Go to Constraint under the Boundary conditions and click on New to create a new boundary condition. Select Symmetry plane for the type and choose faces where symmetry conditions need to be applied and then Save.

## How do you mirror in design modeler?

To mirror an object

1. (Optional) Create the plane you want to use as a mirror using the Insert Plane tool and position it with the Move tool.
2. Click Mirror. …
3. Click the plane to use as a mirror.
4. Click the Mirror.

## What is symmetry boundary condition in Ansys?

Symmetry boundary conditions are used when the physical geometry of interest, and the expected pattern of the flow/thermal solution, have mirror symmetry. They can also be used to model zero-shear slip walls in viscous flows.

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## What are boundary conditions in Ansys?

Boundary conditions consist of flow inlets and exit boundaries, wall, repeating, and pole boundaries, and internal face boundaries. All the various types of boundary conditions are discussed in the sections that follow.

## What is symmetric boundary condition?

Symmetry Boundary Condition (CFD)

The symmetry boundary condition defines a mirror face/surface. It should only be used if the physical object or geometry and the expected flow field pattern of the developed solution are mirrored along that surface.