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Hello Everyone,

i wanted to simulate a plastic extruder with particle tracking to see the mixing quality of different polymer particles. I know that i have to use the function object icouncoupledkinematiccloud and i found a very useful tutorial of that in the internet (https://www.cemf.ir/residence-time-d...ticle-tracing/). My problem is, i want to be able to see different particle clouds in paraview. In that tutorial i found, it's possibly to see the different clouds by giving them a different radius. But i want to modify this so that you can select the particle cloud-id in paraview and see only the particles that belongs to this cloud-id.

I'd really appreciate it if somebody could help me out here with that.

Thanks in advance.
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