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Old   October 12, 2015, 08:08
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I have assigned three different material type to three different size particles in my simulation. When I am trying to glyph it to sphere, all the three types are detected and colored according. However, when I am trying to make particle tracking tubes through TemporlParticlesToPathlines >> Tube with the settings shown in attached images; it only captures the two particle types. I am wondering that why these leakage is being happened. Anyone, please suggest a resolution.
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Old   October 12, 2015, 08:44
Smile [Solved] Proper mask value
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Sorry for bothering. I found the solution. I used mask value as 100 in TemporalParticlesToPathlines filter. That means every 100th particle were considered. Since, big particles of type 3 were very less in numbers, paraview missed them.
Now, I set mask value to 10, and then, paraview was able to track them. Attached is the image of correct visualization.
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