postprocessor

postprocessor

[¦pōst′prä‚ses·ər]
(computer science)
A program that converts graphical output data to a form that can be used by computing equipment.

postprocessor

Software that provides some final processing to data, such as formatting it for display or printing.
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Once the failed parts have been identified, a postprocessor interface with full animation should be available to help determine the exact variables and factors causing the part failure.
The solution is based on a set of sensors, a postprocessor which runs a software and a mechanical compensation gadget.
Then the solution was obtained, and color cloud of postprocessor was used to analyze the results, which were shown in Figures 3 and 4.
This Postprocessor translates CL data to CNC code automatically before simulation.
That is, it applies either the factoid filter, with regard to definitional questions, or applies the answer postprocessor by using postcalculation and computation.
The results of numerical calculations were developed using the postprocessor of the CFX Ansys code and are shown in Fig.
The code comprises of a pre-processor where the model is built; a solver where excitations (phase and bridge voltages) are applied and responses are computed; and a postprocessor for producing graphical output.
The localised deformations were shown in postprocessor by the visualisation of major [[epsilon].
Newest Features: WinLast now features a user interface, mpi-supported main processor and reconstructed postprocessor.
The general postprocessor is used to view results at one time step over the entire model.