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Old   January 15, 2013, 06:36
Default [2D] - Flow over a line
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So far, i had lots of success using paraview. I have unfortunaly one thing i can't do, it's compute my flow over a line.

My data are 2D (shallow water simulation). I need to integrate my (h*V) vectors along some lines to estimate the flow ( hV.dl ).
I've try the "surface flow" filter with no success, as i don't really have a "surface" to select. In 3D, this surface would be in the Z plane but my datas are only on the X/Y planes.

I found this post but it's not helping.

Thanks for helping.

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Old   February 11, 2013, 04:19
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I didn't understand actually what's your problem, but plot over line probably solves your problem.

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