PyFluent-Visualization documentation 0.11.0#


You can use PyFluent-Visualization to postprocess Fluent results to display graphics objects and plot data. With PyFluent-Visualization, you can:

  • Script postprocessing using Fluent’s built-in postprocessing capabilities. For more information, see Visualization.

  • Plot Fluent geometry and meshes using PyVista from within a Python script or an interactive Jupyter notebook.

  • Access Fluent surface-based field data as Python objects via NumPy arrays.

Documentation and issues#

In addition to installation and usage information, the PyFluent-Visualization documentation provides API reference, Examples, and Contribute sections.

In the upper right corner of the documentation’s title bar, there is an option for switching from viewing the documentation for the latest stable release to viewing the documentation for the development version or previously released versions.

On the PyFluent-Visualization Issues page, you can create issues to submit questions, reports burgs, and request new features. To reach the project support team, email


PyFluent-Visualization is licensed under the MIT license.

PyFluent-Visualization makes no commercial claim over Ansys whatsoever. This tool extends the functionality of Ansys Fluent by adding a Python interface to Fluent without changing the core behavior or license of the original software. The use of the interactive Fluent control of PyFluent-Visualization requires a legally licensed local copy of Fluent.

For more information about Fluent, visit the Fluent page on the Ansys website.

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