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Old   March 2, 2007, 08:01
simone Marras
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Hello, I need to understand how paraview treats the coordinates of particles; What I compute at each time step is the new position of injected particle in terms of (x,y) coordinates. How do I need to write a *.vtk file for paraview in order for it to view the coordinates as a "mass-less" particle and trace it with the flow?

Thank you very much,

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