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Old   October 4, 2022, 06:01
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I'm having some problems creating Streamlines/Particle trace in Ensight. Every time I choose Line segments and enable the "Surface restrict" option. The Streamlines come out continuous and well defined, but when I choose Tubes or Square Tubes the show up broken down in separated in many small segments that don't really touch, which makes the data basically unreadable. I need to export them as a 3d Entity so using line segments doesn't really work for me. Does anybody have an Idea how I can fix this? I'll post pictures so you have a better understanding





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