I’m sort of beginner/less user of paraview. But currently now that my usage is increased, I would like to know about the customizing visualization of water flowing/falling on generic surfaces.
For CFD modeler/scientist it’s easy and quick to understand, the visualizing of water flowing over a ‘non watery’ generic surface, where ‘blue color’ shows void fraction of 0, defining that region/elements of geometry has no liquid present, thus considered as gas. And the ‘red color’ shows void fraction of 1, defining elements/region of the geometry has no gas present, thus considered as liquid.
But, for common man/woman, this looks weird, they defining it as ‘blood’ flowing over blue surfaces. And it’s difficult for them to contemplate the fact that its water, and not blood.
Hence, I would like to know the procedure/python script to change the colors to ‘water color’ (something like light blue/ teal color), and for surfaces to grey or beige color.