[yt-users] sliceplot of a cylinder surface
brittonsmith at gmail.com
Sat Mar 1 08:31:26 PST 2014
What about something like the following:
Make a boolean object out of two disk objects with slightly larger and
slightly smaller radius than the radius you want to analyze.
This boolean object would then encompass just the cylindrical shell you're
interested in. Then, once you have this object, do a PhasePlot where the x
and y fields are 'theta' and 'z' and the z field of the PhasePlot is
whatever field you want to see. This should be, in essence, like taking a
slice in constant radius.
On Sat, Mar 1, 2014 at 4:03 PM, Matthew Turk <matthewturk at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Yi,
> On Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 7:35 PM, Yi Feng <yfen12 at ucsc.edu> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have done a 3D accretion disk simulation in cartesian coordinate. The
> > is centered at the origin and the disk plane is x-y plane. I want to know
> > the disk structure at a fixed radius R, i.e. sqrt(x*x+y*y) equals a
> > constant. It is something like the surface of a cylinder. A slice plot of
> > cylinder surface is helpful. But sliceplot only applies to a flat plane.
> > how to do a slice plot of a cylinder surface?
> > Thanks a lot!
> This is an interesting question. I think it is possible, but I am not
> entirely sure yet how one might do it the simplest. I know Nathan has
> done some extractions at fixed R, but I am not sure offhand the best
> way to do it such that you get back an image. In essence, you'd be
> transforming the data such that you'd have a sequence of new, variably
> sized cells.
> Can you file an issue on our issue tracker, which will help make sure
> we come back to this? I am going to be traveling the next few days
> but I think I can work something out.
> > --
> > Sincerely
> > Yi Feng
> > Department of Astronomy&Astrophysics,UC Santa Cruz
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