At this point, both scenarios are complete, and you should be in Results mode. To verify this, make sure the Results tab is active. Click it if it isn't.
In this step we'll look at the temperature distribution through a cross-section of the hall that includes the occupant.
1. Change the displayed result to Temperature by selecting Temperature from the Global Result menu on the Global context panel:
2. Show the model as an Outline.
3. For clarity, shade the occupant.
- In the Results branch of the Design Study Bar, right click on the part name under the Human material branch.
- Click Shaded from the menu.
NoteBe sure to expand the Materials branch under Results instead of the one directly under the Summer scenario.
4. Click Planes from the Results tab:
5. To create a Plane, click Add on the Planes context panel:
6. If the Show outlines box is checked, uncheck it. (You'll have to expand the drop menu on the Planes context panel to see this.)
NoteThis often improves the clarity of the plane and makes it easier to view small details.
NoteThe model should look similar to this. You may need to rotate the model to see the same view as shown below:
NoteTo compare the Summer and Winter scenarios with this view, we will capture this as a "Summary Image."
7. To save a Summary Image, click Summary Image from the Results tab.
NoteThis image is now saved to the design study. In a few minutes, we'll automatically apply the settings that make up this image to the Winter Scenario, and then compare the two temperature fields...
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