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Hi guys,
I'm quite new on paraView and I need your help.
I'm trying to do an animation of a "moving section". I try to make it clear.
I have a velocity field of a pipe flow (x is the axial coordinate, y is the vertical one e z the other one). Dividing the paraview layout in two parts I want to see a section of my field on top to view the plane x-y (I know how to do this) and below I want to see a section of the pipe, the plane y-z. This x section must move along the pipe. And in the figure above I need a moving black line indicating the position of the below section.
It is possible to do such a thing?

Hoping you understand my problem, thank you in advance.

Martina
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