Obtain average pressure over a range of slices?
I am trying to post-process some data in an irregular geometry with internal flow.
I have created a range of x-normal slices, and would like to calculate the average pressure over each slice. However, when I apply the 'Integrate Variables' filter in paraview, I obtain the average pressure over the entire range instead of the average pressure over each slice.
I could of course manually move a single slice and write down data points, but this is tedious if I want the average at say 100 different x-positions.
Is there a faster way to do this?
Hmmm.. This isn't exactly what I'm looking for. The advantage of doing this is in Paraview is that I can clip the geometry so that the slice only passes through the region in which I am interested.
I have been trying to accomplish my goal by:
1) Creating a slice, say at x = 0
2) Applying the 'Integrate Variables' filter to the slice
3) Animating the slice offset, so that it moves from x = 0 to x = 10 over 10 seconds
4) Applying 'Plot selection over time' to the result of 'Integrate Variables'
This ALMOST works. The variables in the 'Integrate Variables' table update during the animation as desired. However, the plot (step 4) does not work, and the data from the table is not saved during the animation.
Basically I'm trying to do the same thing as what was discussed here:
It looks like programming an extra filter is the best way to go?
Any ideas on how to save the results from 'Integrate Variables' at each animation time step?
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