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Old   July 13, 2011, 08:24
Default How to use a programmable filter with two geometries
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Hi everybody,

I want to calculate total head losses in a pipe between inlet and outlet surfaces. That seems very classical. But the trouble is that the inlet surface data and the outlet surface data are in two separate files. Do you know how to create a filter which kind of gather or allow to use my two parts ?

I know how to open two parts in one paraview's window. And I know how to collect data from one part with a Paraview's programmable filter, but not from two parts...

Thank you for your answers
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Old   August 10, 2011, 03:15
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Actually it was very simple : you just have to push on the Ctrl button and select all the parts you want. Then Fliter -> Programmable filter and it is completed.
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